This is the third post in a new series on non-ugly SSRS reports. As I stated in the opening post: SSRS doesn’t have to be ugly This week, lots of folks are tweeting and blogging about the new SSRS 2016. Exciting stuff, looks really great! But what about when you’re still stuck with one of the RTM versions of […]
This is the second post in a new series on non-ugly SSRS reports. As I stated in the opening post: SSRS doesn’t have to be ugly In part 1 (the use of typography & fonts), we focused on using typography (and avoiding borders) and some colors to get rid of the Office 2003-styling SSRS has by default. One […]
This is the first post in a new series on non-ugly SSRS reports. As I stated in the opening post: SSRS doesn’t have to be ugly One of the key things I pointed at to create less-ugly SSRS reports is by getting rid of the Office 2003-style. This is something that’s – among other things – signified […]
Today, I needed to send an Excel-file to a customer, but it was too large according to his mailserver. Of course, there are several solutions to that, but uploading the file to MegaUpload or RapidShare wasn’t exactly what the customer had in mind :).
Although you can hardly ignore BIML (with bloggers like Cathrine Wilhelmsen and Bill Fellows sharing good stuff), there are still other options for package generation in SSIS. While enjoying a small conversation on LinkedIn about the automation options, I suddenly remembered still having a slidedeck from a presentation I gave early 2014. Please note that these are my […]
Yes, that typo was intended. Remember when I said this? [Using Google to find a solution to] Error messages? Be sure to include the exact message – “in quotes” Recently I encountered a occasion where this helped especially well. A colleague emailed me with the question why his VS2010 install didn’t load his SSRS Preview correctly. The ‘Run’ functionality worked, but the […]
Or, as the Dutch call it, ‘zomertijd’ and ‘wintertijd’