Turns out there is a snag when it comes to using Internet Explorer 9 with SharePoint and SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services. If you need to export a report, the export options don’t exists. There’s an open Connect item on this, please take a moment to up-vote this item.
We all like free stuff. Especially when we already know it’s something we love. And if you are reading this blog, you likely love or really like SQL Server. Or just maybe you are paid to like it. What ever the reason, the more you know about it the better you will be in applying … Continue reading Free SQL Server Training – Week May 2010
With the next release of SQL Server, data analysis is going to go through a major change with the PowerPivot add-in for Excel and SharePoint. If you haven’t been keeping up with these changes to Business Intelligence, SSWUG.org has an opportunity for you to get up to speed. On January 22, 2010 there will be … Continue reading Pushing Excel Through A Wormhole
This week SSWUG is hosting another virtual conference featuring content for SQL, SharePoint, BI, and .NET professionals. There is a lot going on and like their previous conferences you don’t have to leave the comforts of your beach bungalow to participate in the conference. I encourage everyone to check this out… We're excited to … Continue reading Are you busy Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday?
I've been working a side-project that involves tying in SharePoint with Reporting Services. One of my wise co-workers managed to point some of the benefits and constraints that Microsoft has found in using the Reporting Services add-in for SharePoint. Configuring a report server to run in SharePoint integrated mode provides the following additional functionality that … Continue reading Reporting Services & SharePoint