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Testing SSRS Email Subscriptions with smtp4dev

If you ever need to test your SSRS email subscriptions without sending the emails in a development environment you might want to try out this free mock smtp server. 259 more words

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SSRS Object Visibility

From within the native mode installation of reporting services you have a couple additional features that you will not find in a SharePoint installation of SSRS. 308 more words

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SSRS Linked Report

From within the native mode installation of reporting services you have a couple additional features that you will not find in a SharePoint installation of SSRS. 384 more words

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Continuous Integration for SQL Reporting Services

Problem:

What is continuous Integration and how this can be leveraged to enhance productivity for SSRS Report development?

Solution:

Introduction:

Continuous Integration is a software practice of merging developer code into shared mainline repository different times a day. 368 more words

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Reporting in HEAT 2014

SQL Reporting services (SSRS) has been introduced to the latest version of HEAT. We are now given the opportunity to create much more complex and customized reports through SSRS and view these through HEAT2014. 165 more words

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How to run AX 2012 (SSRS) reports over enterprise portal

Design code in ASP.NET

<%@ Control Language=”C#” AutoEventWireup=”true” CodeFile=”EPStatisticsDataReport.ascx.cs” Inherits=”EPStatisticsDataReport” %>
<%@ Register Assembly=”Microsoft.Dynamics.Framework.Portal, Version=6.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35″
Namespace=”Microsoft.Dynamics.Framework.Portal.UI.WebControls” TagPrefix=”dynamics” %>
<dynamics:AxMultiSection ID=”EPStatisticsMultiSection” runat=”server”>
<dynamics:AxSection ID=”EPStatisticsSection” runat=”server”> 677 more words

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SSRS: Hide a Tablix is case no rows are displayed (row count after applying a filter)

Here’s the thing. In case you don’t use filters in your Tablix, you can easily run a count on the dataset. Like for example:
=IIF(CountRows("Dataset1") > 0, False, True) 45 more words

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