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SQL Saturday 49 Delivery Mechanisms - Presentation Slide Deck and Files

This past weekend, my wife and I travelled down to Orlando for SQL Saturday 49. I wasn't planning on presenting, but Andy Warren said that he had some mini session slots still available when talking with him at the South Florida SQL Saturday Event. So, I said what the heck... At any rate, I presented a 15 minute crammed pack session on Delivery Mechanisms using SQL Server Reporting Services. Details are below:

On demand reporting is the most common type of report request using SQL Server Reporting Services, but did you know that there are other options available to you? In this mini session, Brian is going to go over all of the delivery mechanisms built into SQL Server Reporting Services that will allow you to take full advantage of Microsoft’s robust reporting platform.

I thought the presentation went pretty well and hopefully all of the attendees did as well. It was a lot of fun getting to hang out and pass on my knowledge to others and I look forward to the next event that I have an opportunity to present at.

Well, the main point of this blog is actually to post my slide deck as I promised. For your convenience, I actually created a pdf file of the presentation and have included the script that I used for the data driven subscription and the links that I used to demo the URL Access section. You can download all of them in zip format here.

I hope that you have enjoyed this post. Also, if you don’t already, please be sure to follow me on twitter at @briankmcdonald. Also note that you can subscribe to an RSS feed of my blogs.

 

 

Brian K. McDonald, MCDBA, MCSD
Business Intelligence Consultant – Pragmatic Works

Email: bmcdonald@pragmaticworks.com | Blogs: SQLBIGeek | SQLServerCentral | BIDN

Twitter: @briankmcdonald


 

 

 

Comments

Posted by Brian K. McDonald on 22 October 2010

I apologize, the link to download wasn't in my initial post, but if you would like to download it, you can get it here.

www.sqlbigeek.com/.../DeliveryMechanisms.zip

Please let me know if there are any problems with the link.

Thanks,

Brian

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