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  • beyondrelational.com

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com Liked 2 Years ago through Pages
    We wish to use these pages for publishing various documents, announcements, FAQ etc related to beyondrelational.com...
    Jacob Sebastian
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  • Heat Maps for SSRS using Map Control

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com learned 2 Years ago through Blogs
    I have always been inspired by a particular quote from Arthur C Clarke - “The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible”. The more you think of it, the more you make sense out of it. If you decide in your...
    Jason Thomas
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  • Heat Maps for SSRS using Map Control

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com Liked 2 Years ago through Blogs
    I have always been inspired by a particular quote from Arthur C Clarke - “The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible”. The more you think of it, the more you make sense out of it. If you decide in your...
    Jason Thomas
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  • SSRS #46 – A case against using character field in multi-value parameters

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com learned 2 Years ago through Blogs
    In my previous post, Using Multi-value Parameters in SSRS Report, I blogged about how to write a table-valued function in SQL to take a multi-value report parameter. The function ListToTable can take a list such as this: 123,904,949,837,495,399 and co...
    Sherry Li
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  • SSRS #46 – A case against using character field in multi-value parameters

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com Liked 2 Years ago through Blogs
    In my previous post, Using Multi-value Parameters in SSRS Report, I blogged about how to write a table-valued function in SQL to take a multi-value report parameter. The function ListToTable can take a list such as this: 123,904,949,837,495,399 and co...
    Sherry Li
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  • SSRS #51 – Using Parameters in SSRS – Cascading Parameter (2)

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com refreshed 2 Years ago through Blogs
    In the previous blog post, SSRS #50 – Using Parameters in SSRS (1), I listed 7 different ways you can use report parameters. They are also the skills that report developers need to master in order to develop interactive reports. In this blog, I&r...
    Sherry Li
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  • SSRS #51 – Using Parameters in SSRS – Cascading Parameter (2)

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com Liked 2 Years ago through Blogs
    In the previous blog post, SSRS #50 – Using Parameters in SSRS (1), I listed 7 different ways you can use report parameters. They are also the skills that report developers need to master in order to develop interactive reports. In this blog, I&r...
    Sherry Li
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  • SSRS 65# – Add row or column totals to matrix

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com refreshed 2 Years ago through Blogs
    A reader asked me how to add grand totals a matrix (A Sample of Matrix in SSRS). It’s actually pretty easy to accomplish that in both SSRS 2005 and 2008. I am going to show a few screen shots here. Challenge Suppose you have a very simple table...
    Sherry Li
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  • SSRS 65# – Add row or column totals to matrix

    vishalchitrala@gmail.com Liked 2 Years ago through Blogs
    A reader asked me how to add grand totals a matrix (A Sample of Matrix in SSRS). It’s actually pretty easy to accomplish that in both SSRS 2005 and 2008. I am going to show a few screen shots here. Challenge Suppose you have a very simple table...
    Sherry Li
    14 · 12% · 3827
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