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SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints by Mickey Stuewe, Marlon Ribunal

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Chapter 3. Getting Some Actions

We're now on the third leg of John Kirkland's SSRS journey. John's bosses are happy with the progress of the report projects. Now, they are seeing the true value of SQL Server Reporting Services 2012, that is, a solution that enables them to deliver meaningful data in a reasonable amount of time to those who need them.

The higher ups understand very well that John's skills on report development are still in their infancy and they are just so excited about John learning all this stuff quickly. John is just happy that he's contributing more value to the company.

As we move along, we will tackle how to add interactive elements to a report, and how one report can interact with another report.

In this chapter, we will learn ...

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