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Good analysing, reporting end-user tool ??


Good analysing, reporting end-user tool ??

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Jeswanth Jaishanker
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Any one tried QlikView ? http://www.qliktech.com/Home.asp?id=4

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Are the products compliant with SQL Server 2012? The available information seems to reflect the 2005 version and nothing more current.
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I know this is a SQL Server and Microsoft flavour Forum, but I would try at least the Pentaho Reporting tools

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My first port of call would be Reporting Services:
You can build a DW which allows users to create simple drag and drop reports but still provides enough flexibilty for advanced development of more in-depth reports. It plays quite nicely with sharepoint and can be scheduled using SQL agent to generate reports for emailing / publishing on sharepoint

Oh did I mention it is free (as in it comes as part of the SQL bundle)

The organisation I am at also use QlikView onto 2005 but I don't much care for it because it builds .qvd files which are its own data store
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barbara.sorkin (6/11/2013)
Are the products compliant with SQL Server 2012? The available information seems to reflect the 2005 version and nothing more current.

Given how old this thread is, that is no surprise.
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