My First Book: SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints

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SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services TutorialsPackt Publishing has published SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints – the book that Mickey Stuewe (b | t) and I have been collaborating on for months. Packt has published this title under their Blueprints Series.

What exactly is a Packt Blueprints Book?

“Blueprints are basically in a standard tutorial format, with each chapter focusing on a particular project. Each chapter contains a fictitious brief, leading on to a list of steps and features the reader will need to implement the project, aided by extensive screenshots.”

The SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints book contains 8 chapters (plus two appendices).

Mickey and I hope you’ll learn a lot from this book. If you are new to SSRS or have just moved from a different platform or different reporting tool, this is for you. If you’ve been working with SSRS and want to explore more, this book is for you too!

The publisher has provided contact information if you have questions or issues with the book. But you know where to find us – we’re just one tweet away.

My Twitter: @MarlonRibunal

Mickey Stuewe’s Twitter: @SQLMickey

We, in fact, encourage you to connect with us on Twitter.

SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints is also available at Amazon.com, Amazon UK, and Barnes & Noble. It will also be available at Safari Books Online and O’Reilly Media.

Author: Marlon Ribunal

I'm here to learn and share things about data and the technologies around data.

10 Comments

  1. in chapter 1 and chapter 2: i can able to create report until sub category but for product it returns 0 records . when i opt for multi values for product . even though i used the following condition
    AND pp.Name in (Select [Category] From dbo.MultiValueParamSplit(@Product,’,’))

  2. Dear Marlon…i’m the user of your book SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints. i can not able to create a report when selecting multiple product by using your dbo.uspSalesDetails procedure. it returns 0 record. can you please help me i already 2 whole days.

  3. where can i find “dbo.uspSalesDetails” code

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  6. Congratulation Marlon !!!

    Thanks
    Varinder Sandhu (One of the reviewer of this title)

  7. Congrats Marlon !

    It was great experience for me to review this book and I was very excited to be part of this title!

    Thanks
    Sivakumar Vellingiri (One of the reviewer of this title)

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