Building Reports with Report Builder 2016
- 3 days
- Understand datasources and create datasets.
- Create and format reports.
- Create, summarize, and sort groups.
- Add flexibility to the groups using parameters.
- Enhance data with charts and maps.
- Create custom expressions.
Public expert-led online training from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere with an internet connection. Guaranteed to run .
Private classes are delivered for groups at your offices or a location of your choice.
- SSRS Overview
- Reporting Services Features
- Tools Available with SQL Server 2016
- Authoring with Report Builder
- ClickOnce vs. Stand-alone (Optional)
- The Getting Started Dialog Box
- Data Sources and Datasets
- What is a Data Source?
- Shared verses Embedded Data Sources
- What is a Dataset?
- Creating Datasets
- Creating New Reports
- Using the Report Wizards
- Starting from the Blank Report Template
- What is Tablix?
- Creating a Tabular Report
- Creating a List Report
- What is a Matrix?
- Formatting Reports
- Working with Text Boxes
- Rich Text Formatting
- Managing Text Boxes
- Drawing Lines and Boxes
- Page Headers and Footers
- Adding a document map
- Rendering Reports
- Summarizing and Sorting
- Creating Groups
- Adding Totals and Aggregations
- Parent/Child vs. Adjacent Groupings
- Tablix Properties and Grouping Data
- Add Flexibility with Parameters
- Adding Parameters to a Report
- Report Parameters vs. Query Parameters
- Working with Cascading Parameters
- Manage Report Parameter Properties
- Use Parameters with SQL Queries and Stored Procedures
- Sort Based on a Parameter Setting
- Filtered Reports
- Enhanced Report Items
- Add a Map to a Report
- Data Bar, Indicator, and Sparkline Report Items
- Nesting Data Regions
- Subreports and Drillthrough Reports
- Working with Drillthrough Reports
- Custom Expressions
- Understanding Expressions
- Defining Expressions
- Working with Report Variables
- Understanding Lookup, LookupSet, and Multilookup Functions
- Expression Samples
Each student will receive a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this SQL Server class:
- General knowledge of database concepts including tables and fields.
- Be comfortable working in Microsoft Office.
Experience in the following would be useful for this SQL Server class:
- Strong prior Excel experience is helpful but definitely not required.
Instructor-led courses are offered via a live Web connection, at client sites throughout Europe, and at our Geneva Training Center.