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Beginning SQL Server Reporting Services


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Getting Started

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 3-31
    3. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 33-57
  3. Report Development

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 59-59
    2. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 61-81
    3. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 83-110
    4. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 111-133
    5. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 135-170
    6. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 171-222
  4. Deploying Reports

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 223-223
    2. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 225-251
    3. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 253-276
    4. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 277-317
    5. Kathi Kellenberger
      Pages 319-324
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 325-329

About this book


Learn SQL Server Reporting Services and become current with the 2016 edition. Develop graphs, charts, interactive maps, and combine those items into visually attractive dashboards to delight business analysts and other users of corporate data. Deliver mobile reports to anywhere and any device. Build vital knowledge of Reporting Services at a time when Microsoft's dominance in business intelligence is on the rise.

Beginning SQL Server Reporting Services turns novices into skilled report developers. The book begins by explaining how to set up the development environment. It then walks you through creating your first reports using the built-in wizard. After showing what is possible, the book breaks down and explains the skills needed to create reports from scratch. And not just reports! But also dashboards with charts, graphs, and maps. Each chapter builds on knowledge gained in the previous chapters with step-by-step tutorials.

SQL Server Reporting Services is a skillset in high demand. Knowing about Reporting Services can help everyone from seasoned database administrators to mid-life career changers hoping to break into information technology. Beginning SQL Server Reporting Services boosts your skills and provides you additional career options. Don't be without those options. Grab and read this book today.

  • Build reports with and without the built-in wizard.
  • Build interactive features such as drill-through reports.
  • Build dashboards full of charts, graphs, and maps.
  • Build mobile reports.


SQL Server 2016 Business Intelligence SQL Server Data Tools Report Wizard Embedded Datasets Dashboards Maps Report Manager

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.EdwardsvilleUSA

About the authors

Kathi Kellenberger is a database consultant, trainer, author, and Microsoft Data Platform MVP. Kathi has contributed to over twelve SQL Server books as either an author, co-author, or technical editor. She also enjoys speaking and has presented at numerous SQL Server and .NET events and user group meetings around the US. When Kathi is not busy working or volunteering, she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, cycling, and singing.  

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