T-SQL Tuesday #005 – Reporting

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  1. T-SQL Tuesday #005 SQL Server Report Services Basic Parameter Tips

  2. Mike Walsh says:

    Looks like my track back isn’t here. I posted “Reporting For Duty” here: http://www.straightpathsql.com/archives/2010/04/t-sql-tuesday-005-reporting-for-duty/

  3. Paul Randal says:

    Hey Aaron – here’s my post:

    A DBA myth a day: (13/30) you cannot run DMVs when in the 80 compat mode (T-SQL Tuesday #005)



  4. Here’s my post for T-SQL Tuesday #005


    It’s called “Focus on Users when Reporting”


  5. Jes Borland says:

    “T-SQL Tuesday #005: The Report Interview”: http://jesborland.wordpress.com/2010/04/13/t-sql-tuesday-005-the-report-interview/

    Thanks for hosting this month, Aaron!

  6. Barnaby Self says:

    Just a quick link in case trackback doesn’t work: http://barnz1984.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!3AA0B4302AF9B8E3!751.entry

    MDX and SSRS

  7. StefBauer says:

    Not seeing the trackback… so here it is: (HTML Tables in email)… and a POLL for the day. (will post back results tomorrow if there are enough responses to make it worth-while).


  8. Pinal Dave says:

    Hi Aaron,

    This is great idea. I am not sure if track back worked or not. I have included the link to this post in my very first line/paragraph.

    Here is my take on reporting:
    Post 1: http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2010/04/13/sql-server-configure-management-data-collection-in-quick-steps-t-sql-tuesday-005/

    Post 2: http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2010/04/13/sqlauthority-news-three-posts-on-reporting-t-sql-tuesday-005/

    Many many thanks for this great idea.

    Kind Regards,

  9. One of the new things released along with Visual Studio 2010 was the Report Viewer 2010 control – http://david.gardiner.net.au/2010/04/t-sql-tuesday-005-visual-studio-2010.html


  10. Brad Schulz says:

    Well, looks like it’s just after midnight in London, so here is my entry:



  11. Don’t trust trackbacks :), so here’s a comment with a link to my contribution: http://bit.ly/czJ50X

  12. I think I will do a new one. Plenty of people have already read that article and thus *sheepishly* I will take the lumps for the booboo.

    It would seem odd to me to retract the article and then republish it next week (I would also have to delete it from SSC).

  13. Aaron Nelson says:

    I think you might be able to just edit it and schedule it (again, *I think*).

  14. D’oh – I was just told that I was a week early. I got the dates mixed up on my calendar and missed the 13th above somehow.

    Looks like I will create another one and retitle my early submission.

  15. As one of the slack-jawed yokels who messed up the trackback last month, I’d like to thank Mike for letting me have a pass and including my post. I already have one in mind for reporting since I finally got it working in production this morning. Will write up (and link properly) tonight 😀

  16. Mike Walsh says:

    Great idea and thanks for hosting, Aaron!

    I really want to echo the whole “YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY” part of the rules. It isn’t good enough to make sure that you included a link, it needs to appear back on this blog post. If it doesn’t – It does NOT count. I ended up missing a couple last month because the original authors didn’t do the verify part. They properly linked but for whatever reason, the trackback/pingback didn’t come through.

    Now to think of a post 🙂

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