How to use SSIS to enable oData and other data sources in SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services – Christopher Finlan

Ah, it’s been awhile since I’ve done one of my longer blog posts.  There’s one I’ve been itching to do for the last few weeks around SQL Server Integration Services.  If you follow this blog, you k…

Πηγή: How to use SSIS to enable oData and other data sources in SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services – Christopher Finlan

SQL Server Mobile Reports – Free Maps of the Week – Christopher Finlan

Hi all – hopefully, you’re as excited as I am about the upcoming GA of SQL Server 2016 on June 1 and with it, the brand new version of Reporting Services.  We’re finishing up the official release o…

Πηγή: SQL Server Mobile Reports – Free Maps of the Week – Christopher Finlan

Take Advantage of SQL Server 2012’s Window Functionality | SQL Server 2012 content from SQL Server Pro

The support for window functions has greatly improved in SQL Server 2012. Here are some examples of how to use the window ranking, distribution, aggregate, and offset functions.

Πηγή: Take Advantage of SQL Server 2012’s Window Functionality | SQL Server 2012 content from SQL Server Pro

SQL SERVER – OVER clause with FIRST _VALUE and LAST_VALUE – Analytic Functions Introduced in SQL Server 2012 – ROWS BETWEEN UNBOUNDED PRECEDING AND UNBOUNDED FOLLOWING | Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave

Yesterday I had discussed two analytical functions FIRST_VALUE and LAST_VALUE. After reading the blog post I received very interesting question. «Don’t you think there is bug in your first example where FIRST_VALUE is remain same but the LAST_VALUE is changing every line. I think the LAST_VALUE should be the highest value in the windows or…

Πηγή: SQL SERVER – OVER clause with FIRST _VALUE and LAST_VALUE – Analytic Functions Introduced in SQL Server 2012 – ROWS BETWEEN UNBOUNDED PRECEDING AND UNBOUNDED FOLLOWING | Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave

Calculate previous month, quarter without using string gymnastics – Daniel Bowlin’s SQL Server BI Blog

This article outlines methods to calculate previous month, quarter, or previous period from a current period column in a date dimension or other table.

Πηγή: Calculate previous month, quarter without using string gymnastics – Daniel Bowlin’s SQL Server BI Blog