February 2016 Upcoming Session
Thu, Apr 24 2014 13:00 (UTC+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Kick-ass Ad-hoc Cube Browser build in SSRS 2014
Get a sneak preview of my USA PASS Analytics Conference session. You will learn how to use generic reporting techniques in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to create a virtually unlimited set of dynamic reports for your users by simply changing report parameters. Just change dashboard report contents and share components for looking up values. The techniques we will discuss are based on concepts in the books “Advanced Reporting Services 2012” and “Reporting Services Recipes.” By attending this session, you will learn enough to use the Angry Koala Cube Browser and Angry Koala Cube Surfer and modify to your own organization’s needs. Join this practical session, which will give you lots of ideas for your own users.
Grant Paisley is a Data Platform MVP and founder of Angry Koala, a Microsoft Business Intelligence partner based in Sydney, Australia. Grant is president of the SQL Server Usergroup Sydney and created http://reportsurfer.com, a community built around reporting, where you can also run the reports. He was contributing author for "SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services with MDX" and "Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Recipes".
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