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Good resource on intermediate SSRS


Good resource on intermediate SSRS

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pietlinden
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Maybe I should re-read Larson's SSRS2008 book, but I'm looking for something that's not super basic. (Well, to be fair, the early stuff in his book is pretty basic, and repetitive as all get out.) I have Lachev's book on 2008 as well, but maybe that's too advanced. (I can follow it, it's just a lot more conceptual than Larson's book.)

Where is a good place/book/website to start really digging into the more complex parts of SSRS? I have 2008R2 and 2012.

Thanks,
Pieter
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I've found the wrox press books to be good in the past, they offer beginner, professional and 'recipe' variations
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Thanks for the feedback/response. I was thinking about checking out Paul Turley's book. (Getting harder now that brick & mortar bookstores are pretty much a thing of the past.) I'll check them out.
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