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Power View and PowerPivot HelloWorldPicnic Samples for SQL Server 2012

Demonstrates the new features of Power View (formerly Project Crescent), a feature of SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Edition, and PowerPivot for Excel for SQL Server 2012.

SQL Server Reporting Services Product Samples

Reporting Services samples in five categories: Application Samples, Extension Samples, Model Samples, Report Samples, and Script Samples.

Reporting Services Samples for SQL Server 2008 R2

Reporting Services samples for SQL Server 2008 R2. For many of these samples you will also need to download the AdventureWorks family of databases.

Samples Environment for Microsoft Chart Controls

Samples for ASP.NET and Windows Forms.

Samples Environment for Visual Studio 2010 ReportViewer Controls

Incudes working code samples highlighting the features of the ReportViewer controls in Visual Studio.

Contoso Sample Dataset

A fictitious retail demo dataset used for presenting Microsoft Business Intelligence products.



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SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

SSRS Email subscription is not working
Team I am trying to create a SSRS email subscription but it's failing saying "Illegal character... more
Saturday, Aug 30
SSRS 2008 R2 report does not print the page header for a html content displaying on multiple pages
Hi I need to display the html content from the database. The html content are quite long and can hav... more
Friday, Aug 29
SSRS 2008 R2 report prints empty spaces for html content till end of page
Hi I need to display records containing long html content say each record of different size ranging ... more
Friday, Aug 29
X and Y axis size in Dynamic Chart
Hi have created a couple of sample dynamic charts for users with size varying dependant on the data ... more
Friday, Aug 29

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