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.
I was asked to take a look at an issue the other day regarding displaying Microsoft Project Task’s Notes in SSRS 2008. If you’ve worked with building reports for Microsoft Project Server, you have no doubt dealt with the RTF data that is stored in the Task’s Notes fields. With SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services […]
Don’t forget, PASSMN June Meeting is today. We have Lara Rubbelke (twitter | blog) coming in to talk about some of the new SSRS features in SQL Server 2008 R2. More details can be found here.
The month has been flying along and I thought I’d remind people that the PASSMN meeting is this week. If you’ve not registered now’s a great time to get your RSVP in. We have Lara Rubbelke (twitter | blog) coming in to talk about some of the new SSRS features in SQL Server 2008 R2. […]
It’s time to look at the June meeting for the Minnesota SQL Server User Group. This month we have Lara Rubbelke (twitter | blog) coming in to talk about some of the new SSRS features in SQL Server 2008 R2. Here are the meeting details… Date and Time: June 15, 2010 3:00 PM CST Location: […]
The SSWUG Ultimate Virtual Conference starts this morning. Are you planning to take advantage of this opportunity? The Rock Starspeakers are waiting in the channels, anticipating you every move. But, have you registered? It’s not too late. If you can’t get to the sessions today, there is always tonight to go through and view them. […]
It starts next week,the SSWUG Ultimate Virtual Conference on October 21-24. This is an excellent opportunity to get the benefits of heading to a conference full of Rock Star speakers while being able to view the content from the comforts of home or your desk. Have you registered? If you haven’t registered yet, I really […]
While working on some questions for a project I am working on, I ran into an issue with Report Manager today. I haven’t had the pleasure of running into this issue in a while and thought I would share the issue and the resolution because it affects both Windows 7 and Vista. Between this time […]
One of the reasons I was digging around to find out how many reports were being executed for each folder the other day was that there were some subscription issues at the client. The goal was to get a break down of when reports were being executed and generally who’s reports they were. With that […]
While working with a client a couple weeks back, I was asked to determine the count of reports that were being executed under each folder off the root directory on the Reporting Services instance. Each of the folders off the root directory represented a department at the client. For the output, I decided that I […]