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Table of Contents

; Introduction; Who should read this book; Organization of this book; Conventions and features in this book; System requirements; Code samples; Acknowledgments; Errata & book support; We want to hear from you; Stay in touch; Getting started with Reporting Services; Chapter 1: What’s new in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services; 1.1 Introducing new features; 1.2 Reviewing other changes; 1.3 Parting with Report Builder 1.0; 1.4 Upgrading from prior versions; Chapter 2: Introducing the Reporting Services environment; 2.1 A reporting platform; 2.2 Reporting life cycle; 2.3 Reporting Services architecture; Chapter 3: Understanding deployment scenarios; 3.1 Single-server deployment; 3.2 Distributed deployment; 3.3 Scale-out deployment; 3.4 Internet deployment; Chapter 4: Installing Reporting Services; 4.1 Reviewing hardware and software requirements; 4.2 Planning accounts for reporting services; 4.3 Performing the installation; 4.4 Configuring native-mode Reporting Services; 4.5 Configuring partial integration with SharePoint; 4.6 Configuring SharePoint for local mode reporting; 4.7 Configuring SharePoint integrated mode; 4.8 Installing Report Builder; 4.9 Installing sample databases; Chapter 5: Exploring Reporting Services fundamentals; 5.1 Understanding design environments; 5.2 Developing a report with Report Builder; 5.3 Managing a report; 5.4 Viewing a report; Developing reports; Chapter 6: Planning your report design; 6.1 Knowing your audience; 6.2 Reviewing report options; 6.3 Developing standards; Chapter 7: Working with report server projects; 7.1 Getting started with report server projects; 7.2 Working with report project files; 7.3 Using report project commands; 7.4 Configuring report project properties; Chapter 8: Retrieving data for a report; 8.1 Understanding data source types; 8.2 Connecting to data with data sources; 8.3 Retrieving data with datasets; Chapter 9: Designing the report layout; 9.1 Reviewing report items; 9.2 Adding general report items to a report; 9.3 Working with data regions; 9.4 Using properties to control appearance and behavior; Chapter 10: Working with the tablix; 10.1 Exploring the tablix; 10.2 Transforming a tablix; 10.3 Configuring tablix properties; 10.4 Working with tablix groups; Chapter 11: Developing expressions; 11.1 Introducing expressions; 11.2 Using the Expression dialog box; 11.3 Using built-in collections; 11.4 Working with expressions; Chapter 12: Using functions; 12.1 Getting help for functions; 12.2 Using text functions; 12.3 Using date and time functions; 12.4 Using math functions; 12.5 Using inspection functions; 12.6 Using program flow functions; 12.7 Using aggregate functions; 12.8 Using financial functions; 12.9 Using conversion functions; 12.10 Using miscellaneous functions; 12.11 Working with hierarchical data; Chapter 13: Adding interactivity; 13.1 Interacting with the report layout; 13.2 Adding navigation features; Chapter 14: Creating dynamic reports with parameters; 14.1 Working with report parameters; 14.2 Using filters; 14.3 Using parameters with subreports and drillthrough; 14.4 Working with query parameters; 14.5 Cascading parameters; Chapter 15: Managing the page layout; 15.1 Understanding rendering; 15.2 Adjusting the report size; 15.3 Working with the page header and footer; 15.4 Configuring page breaks; Chapter 16: Using Analysis Services as a data source; 16.1 Creating an Analysis Services dataset; 16.2 Building a report; 16.3 Designing parameters; Adding data visualizations; Chapter 17: Creating charts; 17.1 Adding a chart to a report; 17.2 Using the chart data pane; 17.3 Formatting chart elements; 17.4 Working with data bars; 17.5 Working with sparklines; Chapter 18: Working with chart elements; 18.1 Changing color palettes; 18.2 Working with vertical axis properties; 18.3 Working with horizontal axis properties; 18.4 Working with series properties; 18.5 Working with pie charts; Chapter 19: Comparing values to goals with gauges; 19.1 Adding a gauge to a report; 19.2 Working with gauge elements; 19.3 Grouping gauges; Chapter 20: Displaying performance with indicators; 20.1 Adding an indicator to a report; 20.2 Configuring an indicator; 20.3 Customizing indicators; Chapter 21: Mapping data; 21.1 Understanding spatial data; 21.2 Using the Map Wizard; 21.3 Finalizing the map; Chapter 22: Working with map elements; 22.1 Configuring map elements; 22.2 Working with map layers; 22.3 Inserting custom points; 22.4 Understanding order of precedence; Managing the report server; Chapter 23: Deploying reports to a server; 23.1 Deploying content; 23.2 Managing content; 23.3 Configuring data source properties; 23.4 Configuring report processing options; 23.5 Working with snapshots; Chapter 24: Securing report server content; 24.1 Configuring report server security policies; 24.2 Assigning user permissions; 24.3 Configuring item-level security; 24.4 Implementing data security; Chapter 25: Performing administrative tasks; 25.1 Configuring the report server; 25.2 Managing the report server; 25.3 Monitoring the report server; Viewing reports; Chapter 26: Accessing reports online; 26.1 Using Report Manager; 26.2 Accessing reports in SharePoint; 26.3 Exporting reports; Chapter 27: Working with subscriptions; 27.1 Creating a shared schedule; 27.2 Creating standard subscriptions; 27.3 Creating data-driven subscriptions; 27.4 Managing subscriptions; Chapter 28: Data alerting; 28.1 Understanding the data alerting architecture; 28.2 Creating data alerts; 28.3 Receiving data alerts; 28.4 Managing alerts; 28.5 Configuring data alerting; 28.6 Monitoring the alerting process; Ad hoc reporting; Chapter 29: Reusing report parts; 29.1 Introducing report parts; 29.2 Deploying report parts; 29.3 Using report parts; 29.4 Choosing report parts vs. subreports; Chapter 30: Preparing to use Power View; 30.1 Using tabular models with Power View; 30.2 Enhancing tabular models for Power View; Chapter 31: Using Power View; 31.1 Getting started with Power View; 31.2 Visualizing data; 31.3 Filtering data; 31.4 Selecting a display mode; 31.5 Saving a Power View report; Using Reporting Services as a development platform; Chapter 32: Understanding Report Definition Language; 32.1 Introducing Report Definition Language; 32.2 Exploring key elements; 32.3 Working with RDL; Chapter 33: Programming report design components; 33.1 Embedding code in a report; 33.2 Using assemblies to share custom code; 33.3 Creating a custom data processing extension; Chapter 34: Programming report server management; 34.1 Scripting administrative tasks; 34.2 Working with configuration settings; 34.3 Using the web service; Chapter 35: Programming report access; 35.1 Linking to reports with URL access; 35.2 Using the ReportViewer control; 35.3 Accessing a report with the web service; About the authors;|

  • Introduction
  • Getting started with Reporting Services
    • Chapter 1: What’s new in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services
    • Chapter 2: Introducing the Reporting Services environment
    • Chapter 3: Understanding deployment scenarios
    • Chapter 4: Installing Reporting Services
    • Chapter 5: Exploring Reporting Services fundamentals
  • Developing reports
    • Chapter 6: Planning your report design
    • Chapter 7: Working with report server projects
    • Chapter 8: Retrieving data for a report
    • Chapter 9: Designing the report layout
    • Chapter 10: Working with the tablix
    • Chapter 11: Developing expressions
    • Chapter 12: Using functions
    • Chapter 13: Adding interactivity
    • Chapter 14: Creating dynamic reports with parameters
    • Chapter 15: Managing the page layout
    • Chapter 16: Using Analysis Services as a data source
  • Adding data visualizations
    • Chapter 17: Creating charts
    • Chapter 18: Working with chart elements
    • Chapter 19: Comparing values to goals with gauges
    • Chapter 20: Displaying performance with indicators
    • Chapter 21: Mapping data
    • Chapter 22: Working with map elements
  • Managing the report server
    • Chapter 23: Deploying reports to a server
    • Chapter 24: Securing report server content
    • Chapter 25: Performing administrative tasks
  • Viewing reports
    • Chapter 26: Accessing reports online
    • Chapter 27: Working with subscriptions
    • Chapter 28: Data alerting
  • Ad hoc reporting
    • Chapter 29: Reusing report parts
    • Chapter 30: Preparing to use Power View
    • Chapter 31: Using Power View
  • Using Reporting Services as a development platform
    • Chapter 32: Understanding Report Definition Language
    • Chapter 33: Programming report design components
    • Chapter 34: Programming report server management
    • Chapter 35: Programming report access
  • About the authors

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