Archives: March 2011
SQL Saturday #70 (Twitter: #SQLSat70) was another successful event! And...I had yet another full house (some even left due to space constraints) and others even sat on the floor (Jessica Moss Twitter: @jessicammoss). Although I'm not sure why someone didn't give up their seat for her. At any rate… Read more
If you are anywhere within driving distance to Columbia, South Carolina, register NOW and then hop in your car Friday evening (3/18/2011) or early Saturday morning (3/19/2011) and get some free training. This is going to be another great SQL Saturday event.
You can find out more details at the… Read more
This site really is about business intelligence, but it is good to mix things up a bit every now and then. Also, I was told by my boss that blogs should be a way for people to get to know who we are. And sure…I work a ton, and as… Read more
In a previous blogs, I discussed what shared schedules were and walked you through step by step instructions on how to create shared schedules. Then I showed you how to create a standard subscription using the shared schedule. In this final post of the series, I am going… Read more
In my two previous blogs in this series, I discussed shared schedules and walked you through step by step instructions on how to create shared them. In this post, I am going to show you how you can create a subscription using the new shared schedule.
If you… Read more
I can’t tell you that all of your dreams will come true. I won’t tell you that you will make it halfway there! However, I will go out on a limb and make this statement. If you don’t make a goal and make a conscious effort to do what it… Read more
In my previous post, I discussed what shared schedules were and how you could use them. With that knowledge under your belt, I can now show you how to create one using the enhanced report manager released with 2008 R2.
Step By Step
Fire up your internet browser and connect… Read more