Standardize your SSRS Environment – Standards, Templates and Guidelines, Oh My!
A common theme among many SSRS environments is that they have grown very organically and often have little standards for report development. In this session we will quickly cover the benefits that you can achieve by having standards in place. We will then delve into techniques that you can use such as Template Reports, Custom DLLs, and interfacing with reports programmatically, that you can use to standardize your reports. Lastly, we will talk about some strategies for migrating from a non-standard environment to a standard environment.
Clarity Consulting, Inc.
As a Senior Database Consultant with Clarity Consulting (http://www.claritycon.com), for over 10 years, Andrew's duties include architecting and developing solutions, for a variety of clients in diverse fields such as transportation, financial services, and hospitality on the Microsoft platform including SQL Server, .Net, and Business Intelligence. Andrew is a 3-Time Microsoft MVP for SQL Server (Specializing on the Business Intelligence area). He serves the community in the following roles: President: San Diego .Net User Group, Board Member, San Diego SQL Server Users Group, Regional Mentor (U.S. Southwest): SQL PASS, and Leader: SoCal SQL Saturday. He has presented to multiple user groups, SQL Saturdays and Code Camps across the U.S. on topics such as SQL Server, Business Intelligence, .Net Development, and SharePoint.
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