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SQL Server 2012 Express with Advanced Services (contains the database engine, Express Tools, Reporting Services)

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  • Hi all,

    A new Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Express with Advanced Services (contains the database engine, Express Tools, Reporting Services and Full Text Search) was just installed in my "Windows 7" PC.  I saw the following files and folders in my C:Drive: (i) "Microsoft SQL Server 2012" folder that has Import and Export Data (32-bit), Import and Export Data (64-bit), SQL Server Data Tools, SQL Server Management Studio; (ii) "Configuration Tools" folder that has Reporting Services Configuration, SQL Server Configuration Manager, SQL Server Error and Usage Report..; (iii) "Documentation & Community" folder; (iv) "Integration Services" folder that has Data Profile Viewer, Deployment Wizard, Execute Package Utility, Project Conversion Wizard.

    In my SQL Server 2012 Management Studio (SSMS 2012), I have a database "SHCSQLEXPRESS" that has 2 dbo Tables (NAB-WK-1234567.dbo.Table_1_APG_XYcoord and NAB-WK-1234567.dbo.Table_2_Soil).  I can do "JOIN" on the 2 Tables, then do "Query" to extract the "useful" chemical data in the result set of my T-SQL output (I posted my questions and results in this Forum about 2 weeks ago).  I plan to do the "Reporting Services" in the SQL Server 2012 Express/SQL Server 2012 Management Studio (SSMS 2012), but I don't know how to proceed.  Could you please kindly help me and give me the necessary tips/key steps and procedures of "Reporting Services" by using the SQL Server 2012 Express and SQL Server 2012 Management Studio (SSMS 2012)?

    Thanks in advance,

    Scott Chang

    P. S. From http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library, I read the following:

    SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Tutorials (SSRS): (1) Create a Data-Driven Subscrition (SSRS Tutorial)-3 Lessons using the "AdventureWorksDataSet" and (2) Create a Basic Table Report (SSRS Totorial).

    I did not gain much from these 2 sets of tutorials about the Reporting Services of SSRS. 

    



    Friday, March 29, 2013 7:59 PM

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