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SSRS Report Usage Summary

Reports are a little like ice cream flavors; their popularity comes and goes. As a result, you may have many reports in your SSRS catalog which are no longer being used, and without an easy way to identify. 192 more words

SQL Server

SSRS 2014

A while back I posted a tutorial on creating and deploying a report using SSRS. I wanted to go back to this example, see if anything had changed in SQL Server 2014 and try to dig a little deeper into the product. 898 more words

Reporting Services

Hyperlinks in Reporting Services

Reporting Services links open in the same window as the report. To open the link in a new tab, the javascript window.open command can direct the link to a new window. 96 more words

SSRS server migration for Standard edition SQL Server

I am really not a fan of configuring SSRS. I think it’s fairly good as a reporting tool but the actual configuration is a pain. We have a very small number of SSRS instances (thankfully!) but whenever we need to do anything on the admin side I always dread it. 498 more words

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Things To Look For The Court Reporting Service

Because of the discriminating data talked by those included, depositions and court trials are recorded word-perfect. A reporter who represents considerable authority in recording the verbal and non-verbal correspondence of legal incidents is in charge of deciphering every confirmation. 406 more words


SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) / SSRS - Report Data Pane


I am feeling a bit out of place with SQL Server Data Tools ( SSDT ).  Windows are missing.

Window Missing

What is missing? 105 more words


SQL Server Reporting Services [SSRS] - Error - Null is not declared. 'Null' constants is no longer supported; use 'System.DBNull' instead


It is a little bit of work to use null-able arguments in Sql Server Reporting Services (SSRS).

In DataSet Properties, Tried using “=(Null)”

For the dataset, when we set the parameter value to… 385 more words