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Presented by: Wes Springob
Business Intelligence Developer, Agile Bay, Inc.
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Wes Springob
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Session Agenda
 Brief overview of Reporting Services.
 Demonstration, Building your first report.
 Q&A
Terms and Acronyms
 (SSRS) SQL Server Reporting Services: Microsoft’s
Reporting solution.
 (BI) Business Intelligence: Reporting and Analysis of
business data.
 (.rdl) RDL: Report Definition Language (XML), or a
Reporting Services report definition file.
More than just reports
SQL Server Reporting SERVICES
 Provides a presentation method for sharing reporting and analysis
throughout an organization and to the public.
 Provides administration tools to manage versions, branding, security
and distribution of reports.
 Provides tools for developers to create reports.
SQL Server Reporting Services
 Supports virtually any database or data source.
 OLE (Deprecated)
 ODBC
 SQL Server
 Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW)
 SQL Azure (Cloud Database)
 SQL Server Analysis Services
 Oracle
 XML
 Teradata
 Can be presented in a variety of methods
 Through Report Manager
 Embedded in a web page using the Report Viewer .Net Control
 Through SharePoint
 In a Windows application
 As HTML in an Email
SQL Server Reporting Services
 Reports can be easily transformed into popular formats.
 Word
 Excel
 CSV
 PDF
 HTML
 Tif
 XML
 RSS Data Feed
Building your first report
Demo:
 Introduction to Report Manager
 Shared vs. embedded Data Sources
 Shared vs. embedded Data Sets
 Report Builder
 Deploying your report
 Securing your report
 Distributing your report
 Enhancements
Summary
 SSRS is more than just reports.
 Report Manager is the hub of SSRS
administration.
 Report Builder provides an easy to use
development environment for creating
RDLs.
Additional Resources
 Technet (2008R2)
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms159106(v=sql.105).aspx
 Brian Swan’s MSDN Blog
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/brian_swan/archive/2010/04/29/getting-started-with-sqlserver-reporting-services-ssrs.aspx
 Report Builder 3.0 (2008R2)
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd207008(v=sql.105).aspx
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http://SQLWes
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