The three useful features are… all the reports can be accessed via other interfaces like tabular, free-form and graphical. As SSRS also supports web-based features, anyone can view the reports directly as long as they have access to the said applications. Last but not least, all the reports created in SSRS can be exported/maintained in other formats like HTML and Excel thus making it completely user-friendly.
SSRS contains options for subscribing directly to the user’s email, cell ph or shared location (if provided so).
Innumerable reports can be generated and that too in a non-linear / ad hoc manner. This can be useful in terms of time and space constraints.
As SSRS is operational only in Windows, one either needs to download that particular software in a separate device first. Thus some business which do not have Windows may not be able to use this technology.
As it takes up a lot of resource space in the server, it is not advisable to use it for exceedingly large amounts of data transfer.
In order to access these reports on your cell phone, a Mobile server is needed to be installed which is separate from the main server.
Unfortunately, no…one needs to bring in an expert to comprehend the customer code.
The two programming languages one needs to learn are SQL code and SSRS functions.
The data and subsequent values associated with the same can be shared only from the sub report to the main report and that is fructified only via the predetermined parameters.
The three minimum requirements are a processor, a Windows operating system and a database.
The three core components are a full set of tools, a report server component and an API (application programming interface)
The function of the report manager is to make sure that all the web-based reports are accessed seamlessly.
This is the application that manufactures both simple and complex reports. It also helps in publishing the same.
The three different types of reports which can be created by the SSRS are… subreports, cached reports, and parameterized reports.
The three stages of a report lifecycle in a linear manner are…report development, report management and report delivery.
The stages of report processing from start to finish are … compilation, processing, rendering and exporting.
The new feature is known as Power View and it is a new interactive business intelligence feature.
Three other serves which can be used are Oracle, Hyperion, Flat XML files.
Here are three alternative kinds of open source software which can be used in place of SSRS… Jasper Reports, DataVision, BIRT (Business Intelligence Reporting Tool)
In order to mine any kind of data successfully in SSRS, one needs to obtain a DMX designer to create data mining questions for the subsequent reports.
Yes…this is possible by using the Running Value function.
The reason for the query parameter’s existence is to act as a filter for the data in the main source.
The two ways in which overheads can be controlled are by using either cached reports or snapshots.
The three roles that SSRS fulfills for business are…report builder, content manager, and browsers.