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Gotcha! SCCM RSP Fails Due to Inability to Find SSRS

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You installed SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on your Primary Site Server, with the intention to install Reporting Services Point (RSP). In the RSP installation, SCCM fails to find the locally installed SSRS. 76 more words

Microsoft

SSRS Styling: Quick & Fast Way to Change Colors

Here’s a quick way to play with color schemes in SSRS.  It’s especially handy when you have a lot of hardcoded BackgroundColor/Color/BorderColor expressions.

Go to your Solution Explorer, right click the report name, and hit View Code. 131 more words

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Integrating SSRS report items into Power BI

Last month I posted about configuring SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to integrate with Power BI, which is a new feature included with SQL Server 2016, and adds more to the ever-growing capabilities of Power BI. 333 more words

Business Intelligence

How to do Agile Estimates for SSRS report development?

Agile estimation is an art and it will take reasonable time to gain experience. These simple steps will help you out. 171 more words

SSRS

Configuring Power BI Integration with Reporting Services

SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), the de-facto reporting tool in the Microsoft business intelligence stack has been losing attention while its cousin Power BI, has been stealing the limelight with updates and goodies coming out at a regular pace. 142 more words

Business Intelligence

RS Utility(SSRS) And Back Up of SSRS Reports Using RS Utility

RS Utility:

The RS.exe utility processes script that you provide in an input file. Use this utility to automate report server deployment and administration tasks. 576 more words

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