I’m proud to announce my latest book, the SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services Cookbook, has been released! This was a real labor of love, it consumed most of my summer and well into the fall.
In this book we cover recipes for almost all aspects of SQL Server Reporting Services. What’s inside? Just take a look:
Chapter 1 – Getting it Ready – Configuring Reporting Services.
Chapter 2 – Authoring Reports with SQL Server Data Tools
Chapter 3 – Advanced Report Authoring with SQL Server Data Tools
Chapter 4 – Authoring Reports with Report Builder
Chapter 5 – Improving User Experience – New Designing and Visualization Enhancements
Chapter 6 – Authoring Reports with the Mobile Report Publisher
Chapter 7 – Consuming Reports – Report Access Enhancements
Chapter 8 – Reporting Solutions for BI – Integration
Chapter 9 – SharePoint Integration
Chapter 10 – Administering and Managing Reporting Services
Chapter 11 – Securing Reports in Reporting Services
Chapter 12 – Custom Programming and Integration to .NET applications
That’s a lot of great material, over 500 pages of Reporting Services fun.
You can get the book through the publisher site:
or use this shortcut: http://bit.ly/ssrscook
You can also get it on Amazon.
Or use the shortcut: http://bit.ly/ssrscookbook
Note as of this blog post Amazon has the Kindle version ready, the print version still shows as a preorder, but that will be out shortly. If you want the print version consider going to the publisher site as you can get both the print and e-book version for one low price.
I want to thank my coauthor, Dinesh, who did a great job on his half of the book, as well as in designing the overall contents. Also a shout out to our editor, Amrita, who kept us in line and on track.