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About the courseOutline SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is a server-based reporting platform that allows us to create and manage a wide variety of different types of report, and deliver them in a range of formats. After completing this course you can:
- Building SSRS Reports – covers the basics of SSRS, demonstrates how to build quick, simple reports, and will familiarize you with the basic Report Designer environment
- Customizing SSRS Reports – covers the use of custom and aggregate functions, sub-reporting, the matrix control, drill-downs, and sorting.
- SSRS Visual Controls - will take an in-depth look at the SSRS visual controls, notably the chart control.
- Deploying SSRS Reports - walks you through deploying reports and the Report Builder tool.
What are the requirements?
- A PC
- All required software is freely available with links on where to obtain it
What am I going to get from this course?
- Discover what SSRS is and how it delivers reports
- Understand how to make those reports more useful to report users
- Create reports using the Business Intelligence Development Studio
What is the target audience?
- Anyone who wants to learn about creating, configuring, and managing reports for their business needs and those responsible for creating reports for upper management that make important business decisions.
Module 1: Creating a Project
- 1.1 Open Visual Studio
- 1.2 Choose a template
- 1.3 Navigate the screen
Module 2: Creating basic Reports
- 2.1 Adding reports to a project
- 2.2 Adding items to a project
- 2.3 Moving the positioning item
- 2.4 Formatting report item
Module 3: Using Data Sources and Data Sets
- 3.1 Linking Report Projects to Databases
- 3.2 Create a shared data source
- 3.3 Create a shared datasets
- 3.4 Create reports using the shared datasets
- 3.5 Creating and using embedded datasets
Module 4: Using tables
- 4.1 Add tables to reports
- 4.2 Select fields from the table
- 4.3 Formatting tables
- 4.4 Inserting and merging tables
- 4.5 Sorting and interactive sorting
- 4.6 Filtering tables
- 4.7 Reporting column headings
Module 5: Repeating column headings on each page
- 5.1 Control header rows in tables
- 5.2 Locate where header rows appear
- 5.3 Make header row to appear on each page
- 5.4 Keep header row visible on scrolling
Module 6: Limiting number of columns in a page
- 6.1 Changing page size
- 6.2 Creating group using an expression
- 6.3 Using parameters
Module 7: Grouping in tables
- 7.1 Create parent group
- 7.2 Add subtotals
- 7.3 Sorting within groups
- 7.4 Creating collapsible section
- 7.5 Creating nested groups
Module 8: Creating calculated Columns
- 8.1 The expression builder
- 8.2 Common arithmetics
- 8.3 Conditional functions
- 8.4 Calculations with text and date
Module 9: Conditional formatting
- 9.1 Using expression for conditions
- 9.2 Using IF to change color
- 9.3 Create color bands using SWITCH
- 9.4 Create Alternative row colors
- 9.5 Formatting text using expressions
Module 10: Using Graphical Indicators
- 10.1 Adding indicators to a table
- 10.2 Adding an indicator to a field
- 10.3 Controlling number ranges
- 10.4 Using multiple indicators
Module 11: Using Guages for reporting
- 11.1 Adding guages to tables
- 11.2 Creating scales
- 11.3 ranges and pointer
- 11.4 Linking pointers to a field
Module 12: Using parameters
- 12.1 Creating parameters to fields
- 12.2 Using parameters to filter tables
- 12.3 Optional parameters
- 12.4 Creating default values Text parameter and wildcards
- 12.5 Setting the order of parameters
- 12.6 Conditional formating with parameters
Module 13: Drop Down list parameters
- 13.1 Type a list of values
- 13.2 Filtering with drop down list
- 13.3 Formatting with drop down list
Module 14: Dealing with nulls in parameters
- 14.1 Recap of basic parameters
- 14.2 Allowing null value for parameters
- 14.3 Creating filter to handle nulls
Module 15: Using matrix items in reports
- 15.1 Choosing fields in a matrix
- 15.2 Adding row and column total
- 15.3 Grouping by multiple fields
- 15.4 Adding aggregates
Module 16: Using lists in report
- 16.1 Add list to reports
- 16.2 Adding fields to a list
- 16.3 Arranging items using rectangles
- 16.4 Creating a grouped list
- 16.5 Adding charts and tables to a list
Module 17: Using charts in reports
- 17.1 Adding charts in a report
- 17.2 Adding files to charts
- 17.3 Editing and formatting charts
- 17.4 Conditional formatting of charts
- 17.5 Working with multiple data series
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