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Chapter 3
Reporting Services
One of the most vital aspects of business intelligence is reporting. Organizations rely on reporting engines to deliver
key information in a timely fashion. These engines need to allow users to create and deliver a variety of reports
based on customer requirements. SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services (SSRS) provides a complete range of tools
and services to meet those customer requirements.
If you’ve designed reports using any version of SSRS, you’ll probably be familiar with some of the topics.
However, if you are new to SSRS 2012, we recommend you read the overview of SSRS beginning at .
What Will You Learn in This Chapter?
By the end of the chapter, you’ll learn about
Architecture of Reporting Services
Setting up the infrastructure for Reporting Services
Data source management
Authoring reports using reporting tools
Publishing and subscribing to reports
Integration with SharePoint
Creating a Power View report
Interacting with Power View reports
Software Prerequisites
To get the most out of this chapter, you’ll need the following software:
SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise Edition
SQL Server 2012 SP1
Adventure Works Database (AdventureWorksDW2012 Data File, AdventureWorks
Multidimensional Models SQL Server 2012 and AdventureWorks Tabular Model SQL Server
2012 ) downloadable at
SQL Server 2012 Data Tools
Silverlight Browser Add-In (Required for Power View Reports)
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