The SQL Server 2000 Report Pack for Microsoft CRM is a set of six Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services reports that work with the Microsoft CRM 1.2 sample database.
With the Report Pack, you have the choice of using the sample reports either as-is or as templates for designing new reports using the SQL Server Reporting Services Report Designer.
In this article, I will show you how to leverage the Reporting Services unique extensible architecture to supercharge your report capabilities. First, I will explain how embedded and custom code options work. Next, I will show you how you can leverage custom code to author an advanced report with sales forecasting features.
This is a UDF that counts the days between two dates ignoring weekends and corporate holidays (as supplied in a lookup table). This ignores the time component but could be adjusted should you need to. If both days are on the same work day then the elapsed days is considered 1. If started Monday and […]
This article focuses on a common problem associated with conflicting locks: blocking. When blocking occurs, a single connection blocks all other connections from reading or modifying a particular piece of data. Learn here how to resolve these issues.