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About Enable Technology Lytham Urmston SQL Server Reporting Services Training Courses

Enable Technology SQL Server Reporting Services courses are short, skill focused and hands on. All of our tutors are Microsoft Certified Solutions Experts with development backgrounds. Each course participant will be issued with training SQL Server Reporting Services resources which they can continue to use after the training. Course participants are welcome contact the Tutor after the course with specific SQL Server Reporting Services queries. This support is open ended.

SQL Server Reporting Services training courses are instructor led and task based. Participants get to practice new skills in a controlled environment. Our delivery method during the Covid 19 period is online virtual classrooms. You log onto a scheduled virtual classroom, can view the tutor and exercise demonstrations, ask questions and allow the tutor to share your screen if need help completing the SQL Server Reporting Services course exercises. The Enable Technology approach is to discuss your requirements prior to the course. Every onsite SQL Server Reporting Services course to some extent is bespoke and tailored to your needs.

The Enable Technology group of companies has been operating continuously providing IT training since 1998. Our clients include: Canadian High Commission, South Staffordshire Water PLC, EDF Energy PLC, DHL Express, Loughborough University, Lloyds TSB Bank PLC, Nationwide Building Society Limited and Halfords Group PLC.

SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services SSRS

  • 2 day course
  • Location: Lytham Urmston
  • Telephone on 01952 305730
  • Course Outline
  • This is a two day course which equips participants with the skills necessary to effectively use SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services. Enable Technology also run a comparable two day Reporting Services 2000 training course.

  • Some of the training topics covered include ...
  • Using the Reporting Services Configuration Manager
    Setting the Reporting Services 2005 Report Properties
    Building a Matrix (Cross-tab) Report
    Displaying Parameters in a Report
    Data Output
    Reporting Services 2005 Data Options
    Create a Dataset
    Reporting Services 2005 Diagram Pane
    Diagram Organizer Pane
    Data Output
    Creating Formulas
    Data Source Properties
    Creating a Chart Report
    Managing Objects in Object Explorer
    Building a Table Report
    Reporting Services 2005 Administration
    Report Item Style Properties
    Using Reporting Services 2005 Expressions
    Reporting Services 2005 Menus
    Linked Reports

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Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Report Builder SSRS

  • 2 day course
  • Location: Lytham Urmston
  • Telephone on 01952 305730
  • Course Outline
  • Aimed at Data Analysts and SQL users this instructor-led course provides participants with the necessary knowledge to develop reports using Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Report Builder. The course covers Report Builder wizards, basics of report design, report parameters, report expressions, filters, report visualisations including graphs, charts, images and gauges. The course also covers the use of maps, interactive reports, report parts, sub reports, subscriptions and exporting options.

  • Some of the training topics covered include ...
  • Visualizing Your Company Report Templates
    Working with Map Wizard
    Utilizing Chart Wizard
    Introduction to SQL Server 2016 Report Builder
    Exploring Gauges
    SQL Server 2016 Report Builder Wizards
    Utilizing Charts
    Utilizing Data Sources
    Understanding Visualizations
    Filtering, Grouping, and Sorting
    Planning Your Reports
    Working with Expressions
    Understanding Variances Between SQL Versions
    Mastering Data Region(s)
    Utilizing Dynamic Headers and Footers
    Examining Management
    Understanding Report Parts
    Creating Subreports and Drillthrough Reports
    Understanding HTML5 and Textboxes

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Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services SSRS 2016

  • 3 day course
  • Location: Lytham Urmston
  • Telephone on 01952 305730
  • Course Outline
  • This three day intensive course will give delegates a comprehensive understanding of how to design and publish parametrised reports, manage permissions, schedule automated reporting and configure report caching. The course also demonstrates how to build reports designed for tablets and mobile devices.

  • Some of the training topics covered include ...
  • Reporting services components
    Mobile report publisher
    Configuring data access with report designer
    Extend reporting services functionality with external assemblies.
    Images and charts
    Sorting and grouping
    Data filters
    Creating a report with the report wizard
    Report parameters
    Use report services configuration manager to reconfigure SSRS servers.
    Add a drillthrough to a custom URL
    Drillthrough in mobile reports
    Publish a report to reporting services Working with Reporting Services Data
    Reporting services tools Reporting Services Data Sources
    Integrate reporting services with other software Designing Reports for Tablets and Mobile Devices
    Report subscription and delivery Administering Reporting Services
    Preparing data for mobile reports
    Drilldown and drill through Sharing Reporting Services Reports
    Topics include Introduction to Reporting Services
    Secure access to reports by using authentication, permissions, and SSL encryption.
    Using Datasets Creating Paginated Reports

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SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services SSRS

  • 2 day course
  • Location: Lytham Urmston
  • Telephone on 01952 305730
  • Course Outline
  • A two day intensive course introducing the comprehensive range of SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 report writing and deployment features.

  • Some of the training topics covered include ...
  • Learn how to create custom functions using the Code window 
    Find out how to use Report Manager to manage user accounts and roles 
    Discover how to add textboxes and other controls to reports 
    Advanced Reporting Services Programming
    Investigate the scheduling of report snapshots 
    Learn how to create a basic report using the SQL Server Reporting Services Wizard 
    Dig into the use of unbound, multivalued, and cascading parameters 
    Learn how to create parameters in ad-hoc SQL 
    Explore exporting reports to a variety of formats and using the client-side printing feature of Reporting Services 
    Discover the various global collections that you can reference in your expressions 
    Learn how to enable and control report caching 
    Explore the basic architecture of SQL Server Reporting Services 
    Learn how to enable basic authentication for reports and how to require SSL for report operations 
    Investigate what SQL Server Reporting Services can do 
    Explore the use of the Report Viewer controls to create Web pages and Windows Forms that render Reporting Services reports in place 
    Find out how to create drill-down reports 
    Explore the use of Reporting Services gauges 

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SQL Server Reporting Services SSRS 2012/2014

  • 2 day course
  • Location: Lytham Urmston
  • Telephone on 01952 305730
  • Course Outline
  • Aimed at Report Writers using SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) 2012 and 2014 this intensive two day course demonstrates how to create and deploy parameterised reports using Report Builder and Report Designer. No prior Reporting Services experience is assumed but a reasonable grasp of SQL is essential.

  • Some of the training topics covered include ...
  • Formatting Text Boxes from the Toolbars
    Create a Tabular Report  Using the Tablix Report Type
    The Tablix Component
    Tablix Cell Content and Scope Building a Tablix Report
    The Report Designer Creating Reports with SQL Server Data Tools
    Shared Dataset Design View  Creating Ad Hoc Reports with Report Builder
    Building a Tabular Report
    Writing and Using Report Expressions
    User Collection
    Create a Shared Data Source and Two Data Sets
    Building a Matrix Report
    Report Builder vs. Report Designer
    Interactive Sorting
    Introduction to Report Builder
    Service Architecture  Report Building Tools
    Create a Pie Chart with Point Labels
    Create a Report with Interactive Sorting Dynamic Reports with Parameters
    Create a Custom Function  Managing Page Layout and Adding Interactivity
    Work with Multivalued Parameters  Enhancing Reports with Data Visualisations

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