Stan Kulp

Generate QR Code® barcodes in an SSRS report with the QRCoder library

QRCoder is an open source implementation of standards specification ISO/IEC 18004, which defines the requirements for two-dimensional QR Code symbols. It is a more complete implementation of the standard than the open source QRCode4CS library that was used in a previous article.

Stan Kulp

2019-04-11

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Generate QR Code® barcodes in an SSRS report with the QRCoder library

QRCoder is an open source implementation of standards specification ISO/IEC 18004, which defines the requirements for two-dimensional QR Code symbols. It is a more complete implementation of the standard than the open source QRCode4CS library that was used in a previous article.

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Stan Kulp

2018-10-22

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Parse Data from a Field Containing Multiple Values using CROSS APPLY

It is possible for a field in a character-delimited text file to contain a list of further-delimited values instead of the customary single value. This article demonstrates how to load such a file into a staging table, then use a CROSS APPLY query to parse the list of values into a related table.

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Stan Kulp

2017-10-30

1,881 reads

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