Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services: January 2017 Technical Preview now available

Happy new year! In our previous post before the holidays, we mentioned we were working toward releasing the next Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services in January. Today, we’re pleased to make the January 2017 Technical Preview available for download. Download the January 2017 Technical Preview Try it on your… Read more

Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services: Feedback on the Technical Preview

In October at PASS Summit 2016, we released a Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). Since then, we’ve received a ton of enthusiastic feedback. Here’s just some of the feedback we’ve heard so far: The virtual machine with everything you need preloaded – Power BI Desktop, Reporting Services, Analysis… Read more

What’s new in Mobile Reports in SQL Server 2016 SP1

In our last post around SQL Server 2016 SP1, we promised to do a post about some enhancements we’ve made to mobile reports in the latest release.  We’ll highlight two major items we’ve updated and also provide the full change list of updates and fixes for mobile reports that many of you have asked for… Read more

Report Viewer 2016 control update now available

Thanks to Rhys Schmidtke, Senior Software Engineer, for contributing content to today’s post. A few weeks ago, we published a Release Candidate of an updated Report Viewer 2016 control to NuGet, enabling you to embed paginated reports into your existing ASP.NET Web Forms apps and incorporating several enhancements we made for SSRS 2016, including modern… Read more

Simplifying our SharePoint integration story

Over the past year or so, we’ve connected with many customers to hear what you value about Reporting Services and what we could make better. We incorporated much of the valuable feedback we received into SSRS 2016, which we’re seeing customers adopt at an incredible rate. We’ve also received a good deal of feedback about… Read more

What’s new in SQL Server 2016 SP1 for Reporting Services

IMPORTANT: After installing SP1 for Reporting Services, be sure to install the hotfix KB3207512. The release of SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1 brings several enhancements and fixes to Reporting Services.  In today’s post, we’ll highlight some notable items that are new in this update. Download SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1 Download hotfix KB3207512… Read more

Community contributions to the PowerShell scripts for Reporting Services

Today’s blog post is from Parth Shah, an engineer on the Reporting Services team. This summer, the Reporting Services team experimented with new ways to engage with our community. We realized that there was a strong need for a place where both the engineering team and the community could come together to discuss and collaborate… Read more

Introducing List view for managing your reports

Last week at PASS Summit 2016, we demonstrated many of the enhancements in SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services, but we also showed off a couple of enhancements we’ve made to the Reporting Services web portal since that release in June. Let’s take a look at them! List view When you access the new Reporting Services… Read more

Create Power BI reports in the SQL Server Reporting Services Technical Preview

In today’s post, we’re picking up where we left off yesterday with the announcement of the availability of the new Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services. Get it now in the Azure Marketplace Let’s jump into some basic scenarios that are supported in the technical preview with Power BI reports…. Read more

Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services now available

It’s finally here! Following our announcement Tuesday and subsequent session at PASS Summit 2016 this week, we’re pleased to announce the Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services is now available for you to try in the Azure Marketplace. Get it now in the Azure Marketplace What is the Technical Preview? As… Read more