Session 1: Developing Reports

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Running Time: 65 minutes | In this session, you'll learn a variety of report development techniques that take advantage of the rich set of features available in Reporting Services. You'll start by learning how to work with report server projects in SQL Server Data Tools and how to manage report server project files and properties. Then you'll learn all the data source types you can use to display data in your report, how to connect to these data source types by creating data sources, and how ...

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This video is part of the Diving Into SQL Server Reporting Services On Demand training.

In this new eLearning course, students will get an introduction to SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). This course will show you how to use the development tools effectively, how to present and enhance data in a report, and how to create dynamic reports.

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