Archives: January 2012
Charts present summary data in a visually appealing format. Following is a chart for sales over month:
I frequently use a few options along with charts to get most out of them.
Show data labels:
It’ll be easier for the users to quickly read, if the chart shows… Read more
Sometimes you will find the need to import a file to a variable using SSIS. In this post, I’ll use Script Task to read contents of a flat file into a variable.
I’ve created a file called ‘myfile.txt’ with some random text. I’ll configure script task to read this file… Read more
Because, I’m using it.
Not enough reasons? <grumpy face> I knew you wouldn’t buy this.
Okay, allow me to present why you should:
You might be thinking, “I’m neither an author nor do i have… Read more
Given a customer table:
CREATE TABLE Customers
(CustId INT, OrderDate DATE, OrderAmount MONEY) ;
INSERT Customers VALUES
(1, ’2011-12-03′, 12500)
, (1, ’2011-10-07′, 15000)
, (1, ’2011-09-12′, 16000)
, (2, ’2011-07-11′,… Read more
This is by far the simplest and silliest post ever, but i just figured how to create vertical tabs in management studio. When I learn something, you have to read it. I apologize, but you have to read it. As Ellen DeGeneres says, “if I see something… you have to… Read more