Business Intelligence with SQL Server Reporting Services
Business Intelligence with SQL Server Reporting Services helps you deliver business intelligence with panache. Harness the power of the Reporting Services toolkit to combine charts, gauges, sparklines, indicators, and maps into compelling dashboards and scorecards. Create compelling visualizations that seize your audience’s...
Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services
Reporting Services is a report design and enterprise-class information delivery tool that has aged and matured for more than nine years now. And this book has grown along with the product. We fi rst started writing Professional Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services before the product was released, back in 2003. After four new versions of...
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Reporting Cookbook
Over 50 recipes to help you build Dynamics AX reports faster by simplifying your understanding of the report model
Practical recipes for creating and managing reports
Illustrated step-by-step examples that can be adopted in real time
Complete explanations of the...
Microsoft Azure: Enterprise Application Development
This fast-paced guide enables developers to design and build Enterprise applications for the cloud. You will find it easy to follow this book, as the authors use an actual online portal application for the case study. Throughout the development of the sample application there is discussion of important considerations for moving an application...
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Reporting - Second Edition
Create valuable insights for your organization with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 reporting tools
Explore the new reporting features found in GP 2013
Add value to your organization by identifying the major reporting challenges facing your organization and selecting the most effective...
Pro SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services (Professional Apress)
At its core, the process of designing reports hasn’t changed substantially in the past 20 years. The report designer lays out report objects, which contain data from a known source of data, in a design application such as Reporting Services, Business Objects Reports, or Microsoft Access. He or she then tests report execution,...
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