SharePoint 2010: Reporting Services DVDThe introduction of Reporting Services 2008 R2, using the SharePoint 2010 add-in with the free Report Builder 3.0 authoring tool, provides an excellent easy to use “No Code” solution for your business reporting needs. This video DVD-ROM package contains video tutorials for this functionality that will show you step-by-step how you can implement Reporting Services based solutions in your environment. Each video has full audio narration performed by Bruce Herz – full time SharePoint Consultant.
Watch these video samples from the DVD:
- Training from actual SharePoint professional
- Videos cover skills on creating and managing Reporting Services components on SharePoint 2010
- Full of Demos of the functionality.
- This video package can be downloaded immediately after purchase.
|SharePoint 2010: Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0|
|Level: Intermediate||Approx Time: 2.5 hrs|
|SharePoint Videos||Duration (mm:ss)|
|Introduction to Reporting Services and Report Builder||In this video, you will get an overview of SQL Reporting Services 2008 R2 and the various Report Authoring tools that are available. You will learn how SharePoint 2010 can be integrated with Reporting Services. Also, you will be introduced to Report Builder 3.0, which is a free authoring tool, to create powerful no-code solutions, all managed and rendered using SharePoint 2010.||17:51|
|Installing SQL 2008 Reporting Services R2 Add-in for SharePoint 2010||In this video we will cover the basic steps required to verify and /or install SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint 2010 and configure a Site Collection to create and manage reports using Report Builder 3.0 as a Click-Once application.||8:33|
|Report Builder 3.0 Design Concepts and Creating Shared Data Sources and Data Sets||In this video you will learn some basic report authoring concepts and techniques. You will learn how to create shared Data Sources and Data Sets and use them in new report.||10:27|
|Working with Report Parts and Datasets||Learn how to take advantage of parts of exiting report by publishing a Report Part to SharePoint and reusing them in multiple reports.||9:22|
|Introduction to Tablix Data Regions||This is an introduction to the New to Tablix data region in Reporting Services 2008. It combines the features of Tables, matrices, and lists.||3:47|
|Tablix – Table Template||Learn how to create a Tablix Table from a blank template and add a row group to create a new stepped report. Also, control report headers by keeping them visible when scrolling through or printing a report.||13:24|
|Report Parameters||Report parameters lets you control report data and connect related reports together. You will learn how to use parameters effectively to control the report appearance and to filter report data.||17:14|
|Report Expressions||Expressions are used throughout the report definition to specify or calculate values for parameters, queries and filters. Learn how to build your own expressions to create a dynamic report.||12:48|
|Sparklines and Databars||Learn how and when to use these small simple trend charts that graphically display aggregated information in a small space.||10:47|
|Gauges and Indicators||The gauges and indicator data region are graphical representations of a single value in your dataset. Learn how and when to use a gauge or an indicator.||13:35|
|Drill -Down, Drill-Through and Sub-reports||Learn how and when you should use Drill -Down, Drill-Through and Sub-reports. Each organizes data in a variety of ways to show the relationship of the general to the detailed information.||12:19|
|Report Charts||Use Report Charts when you want to summarize data in a visual format. See how to insert some of the most common types into an existing report and learn some helpful formatting tips.||12:45|
|Report Maps||Report Builder 3.0 provides an easy to use wizard to display your business data against a geographical background. Once the map is created, learn how customize it by modifying its properties and adding additional layers.||12:52|