Learn SSRS SQL Reporting & Business Intelligence Essentials
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This is a fast–paced and in–depth course for Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) designed to get you building your own great reports in no time. This course will take you from the bare minimum basics all the way through advanced topics including:
This course moves quickly to keep you interested but that doesn’t mean skipping over important concepts or skimming details. With three hours of videos this course shows you everything you need to get the job done in the real world.
The database we will be using focuses on a fictional consumer electronics store. This database is simple and easy to understand without a lot of extra fluff. But you’ll be surprised at how many different types of reports you will be able to create.
This course is hands–on. It includes all the SQL code you need to build your own copy of the database used in the lectures. It’s OK if you aren’t a SQL pro, the videos go line–by–line through all the queries and stored procedures used in the course. With SQL code attached in the appropriate lectures, you’ll be able to follow along at home.
The course is broken out into 2 main sections:
Courses : 2
Specification: Learn SSRS SQL Reporting & Business Intelligence Essentials
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Biswajit Kar –
Good course tells about the basics of SSRS but doesn’t tell anything about the deployment or various report subscribing processes. The Q&A process wasn’t impressive either.
James Chegwidden –
Useful Information about storing DIM Data.
Karthik Kumar Nallam –
Laura San –
Does not show how to setup SQL Server
Walter Ariss –
So far this is a good class for me. I’m learning with the examples and exercises.
Kanika Gupta –
very good and detailed explaination.
Joseph Britto –
It is good match for me.
Shivam Shikhar –
You should explain the whole process a little bit more
Asmita Sharma –
it was good experience
Rich Rudaski –
Examples are really good.
Solomon H Ahmed –
The teacher is a bit fast when explain things, otherwise everything is perfect!
Samuel Igbanoi –
very interesting so far
Barry Solomon –
Good pace, and does a good job of explaining without wasting too much time!
Sue Nelson –
Petra Stevenson –
I think it’s generally a good match. Maybe I needed something right before that tells me what select, from, select distinct, etc. are supposed to do.
Bsheridanjones Sheridan Jones –