There was an interesting post on the Reporting Services public newsgroup about an issue with the RS 2005 ASP.NET Report Viewer and custom assemblies. In a nutshell, the issue was that if you want to invoke a custom assembly from the ASP.NET Report Viewer, you need to deploy it to GAC. Because of a bug […]
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The RS 2005 Report Builder can automatically create a semantic model from an SSAS 2005 cube so your end users can generate ad hoc reports. However, it turns out that some of the SSAS 2005 features are not supported by design. More information can be found in this KB article.
If you install RS 2005 and the default web site has a web.config file that uses the new ASP.NET 2.0 themes feature, when you attempt to run the Report Manager, you will get: Theme <theme name> cannot be found in the application or global theme directories The reason for this error is that the styleSheetTheme […]
The source code for my book “Applied Microsoft Analysis Services 2005” is available for download. It can also be downloaded by clicking on the Source code link found on the book resource page. To get the entire code, download the amas_all_code_in_one.zip fle. Alternatively, to get the code for a given chapter only, download the corresponding zip file. Happy […]
In case you missed this little gem, RS 2005 comes with a brand new XML Extension which allows you to report off an XML data returned from an URL-addressable resource, such as an ASP.NET page or a web service. For example, suppose that you have a web method called GetOrders that return the customer orders […]
Just to let you know that I am aware that my website (prologika.com) is dog slo-o-o-w. I can hear my aging web server is praying for mercy from a mile. The good news is that I’ve just ordered a new Dell server. It sure will make a difference. It will take a few days to […]
I have to apologize for the late news. I thought that I can get .Text and Community Server co-existing peacefully on the same machine, so I could post a notice of the blog address change through .Text once I am done installing and switching to the Community Server. Alas, .NET Framework 2.0 and .Text didn’t […]
Atlanta.mdf is hosting a LoadFest event to celibrate the launch of SQL Server 2005. They asked me to stop by and answer tough Business Intelligence questions.. Time permitting, I may do a demo or two. You may also put in your calendar my next presentation for Atlanta.mdf on 9/1/2006 when I will talk about Analysis […]
SQL Pass 2005 was a great show. It had about 2,000 attendees, which is great si nce you don’t feel disconnected in the TechEd crowd of 13,000 people. I did a “RS Tips, Tricks, and Gotchas” presentation with Bruce L-C whom I finally had a chance to meet. I think the presentation went very well. […]
If you are attending SQL Pass event next week in Grapevine, TX and you would like to know more about Reporting Services, stop by to my presentation. I am teaming with Bruce Loehle-Conger (MVP – SQL Server) to present the Reporting Services Tips, Tricks and “Gotchas” session. I have some cool demos that demonstrate […]