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Learning SSIS and SSRS


Learning SSIS and SSRS

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richardmgreen1
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Hi all

I've just got a new job as a developer (my T-Sql skills are quite good) but one of the requirements is the use of SSIS and SSRS.
They are willing to teach me but I'd like to get a bit of a head-start and at least know the basics of these two packages.
I've only got 2008RS Express on my machine at home and I can't seem to find any options for adding SSIS and SSRS to the kit.

Can someone point me in the right direction please?
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You can download an eval version and play with it for a limited time. Here's the link to the enterprise edition for 180 days:

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=1279

Once you download it, you should be able to find plenty of tutorials on the web. There are some good ones on this site and I've used them myself.

Mark



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There are learning options on Microsoft's website also, if you search for 'learning' or 'webcasts' you should come up with lots of options.
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Thanks folks.
I found some of the Microsoft tutorials but really needed something practice on. Should keep my busy this weekend. Ermm
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Also, Express with advanced services has SSRS (no SSIS though).
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You get yourself into any class and get free version of any ms products on www.dreamspark.com, they just need @edu email address as a prove.
Or might be you know somebody with .edu
so you can get them all IS, AS, RS
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