After creating a report in SSRS you may not have data for every day. When this happens the report just shows as blank. For the End User, does that mean the report is broken or is there just no data for that day?
Can you bold part of an expression in your SSRS report? YES! By using placeholders and some HTML tags you can.
In a previous posting, I showed you how to create a Vendor listing report using SSDT and SSRS. This was a handy report, but it showed all of the data in the tables and you could not search on specific criteria. This week I am going to show you how to create a parameterized version of the report so you can search by area code or really any part of the phone number.
In a previous article I demonstrated how to create a SSRS report that runs against a SSAS Cube. This time I am going to show you how to create a report with a query that you already have created.
In a previous posting we created our first SSRS report pulling from our SSAS cube data. It ran fine, but it brought back all of the data in the database. This posting will show you how to add a parameter so only selected information is brought back. You may think of this like a WHERE clause in your SQL statements.
In previous postings we have created a data warehouse, created a SSAS cube, now we are going to write a report using SQL Server Reporting Services to create a report against the cube data that we created.