Session 3: Dynamic Report Features and Creative Designs


Presented by: Paul Turley Running Time: 74 min Expression best practices Reporting Services design patterns – working with the tool Managing complex expressions and writing custom functions Defining selectable drill-through targets Creative ways to visualize information Creating an interactive dashboard Customizing report exporting and dynamic formatting

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In this 3-session online training event, you will learn how to use SQL Server Reporting Services expressions to create flexible reports that meet user needs. You get best practices that will teach you how to manage complex expressions and write custom functions.

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