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Data Adventures

My personal journey in an intricate world of data and continuous effort to make it more structured and well understood can be found in this blog.

I live and work in Canada - see my profile on LinkedIn.

Archives: July 2014

Power View report migration from SharePoint 2010 to 2013

With the latest changes to the Microsoft Power BI and ability to create Power View reports within an Excel file (starting from Excel 2013) perhaps there will be no big need to migrate old stand alone Power View reports which were based on Power Pivot data models created in Excel…

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Posted in Data Adventures on 24 July 2014

SSRS report subscription: Fire Event from SSIS package

My previous two posts about SSRS reports being deployed to a SharePoint site along with their subscription didn't stop me from exploring the whole things of SSRS reports subscriptions; regardless of their deployment environment either native or SharePoint mode.

After exploring different aspects of the subject (Subscriptions and Delivery

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Posted in Data Adventures on 22 July 2014

SSRS reports in SharePoint mode, Saga #2: PowerShell generates email subscriptions

Life is full of opportunities, it only takes to notice and use them. About 3 months ago I wrote a post about deploying reports using a PowerShell script (PowerShell, help me to publish my SSRS reports to SharePoint!) and at my new project I proposed to apply the…

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Posted in Data Adventures on 7 July 2014