Saskatoon SQL Server User Group

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Meeting 7 of 2018

  • In-Person @ 506 25Th St E Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (map)
  • 13:30 - 16:00 (UTC-06:00) Saskatchewan
  • Language: English
  • Calendar reminder: iCal
  • RSVP: None

This is the 7th meeting of 2018.

Featured Presentation:

Advanced SSRS Tricks and SSRS Web Reporting

George Su, CTO Crystal Migration Services Corp

Abstract: First, we will discuss some Advanced SSRS Report Design Tricks. Topics will include: • Modifying SSRS Reports on the fly • Extending SSRS, Owner Draw Gradient Background • Adding Barcode, QRCode • Database Fields in page header and page footer • Review of some known SSRS Issues Second, we will show how anyone can quickly create SSRS Reports from the web. It is the only solution that will enable users to create SSRS Reports from mobile devices such as an iPad or smart phone. Reports are created in minutes, with little or no SSRS report writing training, that include such features as: • Groups and summaries, including percentage summaries. • Charting, Bar, Pie, Column, Line, and Area. • Databar • Indicator • Running Total • Field Highlighting • QR Code and Barcode

About George:
George Su is the founder of Crystal Migration Services, the world’s leading provider of Crystal to SSRS report conversion services. He is a Business Intelligence expert with extensive experience in both Crystal Reports and SSRS. George has been a frequent speaker for PASS Saturday Night, providing insights based on his years of experience with companies like Business Objects and Research in Motion. His expertise also includes Business Intelligence software development focusing on making it easier for users to create ad hoc SSRS reports on the web. George's formal background includes Master Degrees from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China and the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.


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