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This course is designed to take you deeper into Microsoft Reporting Services. Rather than simply covering basic features (Microsoft MOC 10990), this course will give you the skills to leverage built-in functionality and the power to develop reports, faster. Whether you are a developer or an application analyst that creates application reports for your business users, you’ll be able to use reporting services tools to create great reports that stand out and have value.
A new Reporting Services web portal is available. The updated web portal includes
After completing this class students will be able to:
This module provides an introduction to the topics covered in the class, introduces Reporting Services features, the tools available with SQL Server 2016, and introduces students to SQL Server documentation.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
This module covers working with solutions and projects within Visual Studio.
This module covers building reports from start to finish, and tips and tricks for successful report building.
This module covers the features which enhance the visual impact of reports.
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) offers grouping features to allow you to summarize data and then drill down into the details below the summary levels. This module will explain how to create and manage these groupings.
This module covers expressions and how to use them to set dynamically changing properties or values.
Parameterized reports allow users to customize reports to show only the data they are interested in. This module covers the use of parameters and filters.
This module explores the different ways data can be enhanced visually in a report.
This module provides details on how to run and manage reports using Report Manager.
This module covers working with the new KPI object and the Mobile Report Publisher.
Module 11: Beyond Basic Reporting
This module covers more advanced reporting tools and techniques to create highly interactive paginated reports.
Module 12: Using Report Builder
This module covers the use of Report Builder to apply lessons learned in previous modules.
Before attending this course, students must a general familiarity with database concepts and a working knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server or Microsoft Office Applications.
This course is intended for information workers and database professionals who have a general familiarity with databases prior to class. Working knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server or Microsoft Office applications is beneficial.
5 Days Course