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Posted Wednesday, January 18, 2012 5:25 AM
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Hi,

Is it all possible to create dynamic infographics with SSRS?

I need to create such a report for a customer that updates monthly.

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Posted Thursday, January 19, 2012 11:36 AM


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Hi,

What do you mean by infographics? can you explain what you exactly wanna do?
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Posted Friday, January 20, 2012 4:30 AM
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Hi Jason,

Basically what I've got now is a report that translates the paper usage for a period into an amount of trees killed, oil, water, electricity and landfill space used.

I've got the formula working and it gives me the correct numbers in table form. What the client wants is graphics showing how many trees, how many barrels of oil, etc.

I hope this makes sense to you.

Thanks.
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The typical SSR has associate degree isolated junction rectifier optocoupler therefore all it cares concerning is current, as long as you have got the adequate voltage to over come back the drop of the junction rectifier and have the polarity right sinking or sourcing is unsuitable.If it did matter, that i feel would be terribly rare, the info sheet would mention it, conversely if the info sheet doesn't mention it then the SSR ought to work fine either means.But,I have been looking at various SSR datasheets and I do not see anything about the inputs being sinking or sourcing. Do they work in both configurations? Ot they are usually designed to be one?


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