Archive for Microsoft SQL Server
An overview of PASS Summit 2013 from the eyes of a first timer.
This article is a follow up to the Cognos article on creating a custom color palette. Custom palettes are pretty common when companies start to standardize their corporate image across all company communications. Make a copy of your report template. Name it ‘MyCorp Chart Report’ In the report area, add a chart Right-Click the chart [...]
Large reporting projects can be simplified with a good template as a starting point. Design templates can store the company header with logo, company color palette, font preference and layout.
A tutorial for configuring SQL Server Reporting Services 2012 on a SharePoint 2013 server in Integrated Mode on a single server.
In this session, SQL Santa (Allen) will review configurations in SQL 2008R2. These options allowed dynamic configuration across environments. Next, we look at SSIS 2012 and the new dynamic options, including Parameters, Expressions and Variables.
Note: This article is an update of a presentation given when I was at the University of Oklahoma’s Health Sciences Center. At that time, I was using Cognos version 7.3. This article is updated for Cognos 10 and SQL Server Analysis Server 2012. Revisiting this subject ten years later, my opinion is that Microsoft has [...]
The Usage-Based Optimizer can be a very powerful tool for calculating aggregations, when it works. When it doesn’t work perfectly, then it can be frustrating to figure out. The devil is in the details. If you move data between environment, then you have even more details to find and fix.
Microsoft SharePoint is a collaboration software that provides a web based portal for business intelligence, content management and document sharing. In this session we will start with the basics of sharing a SQL data in Sharepoint.
This is a short summary of new features found in SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services.
Well, this article is one of those “I should have said…” but I hope this helps better address the issue of synchronizing reports across multiple Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Servers.