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.
This book was published via Packt Press, and my coauthor was Dinesh Priyankara (blog | twitter).
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.