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Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)


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Nov 6, 2021
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MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.92 GB | Duration: 6h 14mBuild reports in MS SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS): Implement report layouts, add interactivity.
What you'll learn​

Create reports in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS).
We will develop your skills, bit by bit.
You can also download a free version of SQL Server which will allow you to practice creating reports on your own.
We will design a report, implementing report layouts and add interactivity into your reports.

You don't need any prior knowledge prior to taking this course.
A couple of the bonus lectures will require some knowledge of T-SQL, but these lectures are optional.
You don't need any form of SQL Server to already be installed on your computer; I will show you have to download it and install it - for free.
It is not necessary to have SharePoint on your computer.
If you want to know enough T-SQL to assist you with your SSRS work, please have a look at the first two sessions of my 70-461 courses.

"Brilliant! This tutorial will definitely save you hours of figuring out things yourself." -- Koos ten Bras

"Excellent course, well presented and clear examples." - Peter Cawthorne

This course is all about creating reports in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). No prior knowledge is needed, but some knowledge of T-SQL would be useful.

We will download a version of SQL Server which includes SSRS - for free. We'll also download a database called AdventureWorks, which we will use in our reports.

We'll create various reports, developing our skills bit by bit. As part of designing a report, we will:

Select report components (matrix, table, chart and other data visualisation component),

Identify the data source and parameters,

Design a grouping structure,

Create drilldown reports and drillthrough reports.

As part of implementing a report layout, we will:

Find out how to format, including formatting colours, dates and numbers;

Configure the page;

Implement headers and footers;

Implement matrices, tables, chart, images, indicators, maps and groupings in reports;

Create a range of reports using different data regions;

Define custom fields;

Implement global collections;

Define expressions; and

Implement data visualisation components.

As part of implementing interactivity in a report, we will:

Create drilldown reports;

Create drillthrough reports;

Add interactive sorting;

Investigate parameters, including multi-value parameters;

Create dynamic reports in SSRS using parameters;

Implement show/hide property;

Add actions (jump to report and URL);

Add Fixed headers and a document map.

By the end of this course, you should be confident in creating your own reports in SSRS.

Who this course is for:
This course is for you if you want to know how to create reports in SSRS.
No prior experience with T-SQL is required, although the more knowledge you have it, the better.
Having SharePoint on your computer is not necessary; we will use the stand-alone version of SQL Server. However, I will show the differences and similarities between Report Builder (SharePoint) and SSDT (the stand-alone version).
This course is not for you if you only want to know about managing your existing SSRS reports in SharePoint.