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SSRS In a Flash


SSRS In a Flash

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Jessica M. Moss
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This is a nice overview / introductory article. SSRS is such as large product it is difficult to cover everything it can do. But a lot of folks out there need to see the basics, and how to put together some good reports using this tool. I look forward to your next article.
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good article

i had to learn the basics late last year and it's pretty easy to get going to write basic reports. next step for me is to write complicated reports like some of our BI devs do with sub-reports inside reports.
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good article

i had to learn the basics late last year and it's pretty easy to get going to write basic reports. next step for me is to write complicated reports like some of our BI devs do with sub-reports inside reports.
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Nice Introductory article to SSRS.

Thanks for taking the time to share it with us.

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Very nice intro. Well done. I'm definitely looking forward to the rest of the series.

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The article is very timely for me personally so I'm looking forward to the series.
I thought it was particularly well written.
Mike M - DBA2B
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Thank you very much for the introductory article. I can't wait for the next part.

Regards,

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Thanks, Jessica.

I look forward to the next installment.
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I agree, great start. Can't wait for the rest.
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