A Glimpse at Project Crescent

It has been a great day – just in case you missed it, we are super excited to tell you about Project “Crescent”! Your data has a story to tell, and we can’t wait to help you tell it. Today at PASS Summit 2010, the single largest gathering of Microsoft SQL Server professionals in the… Read more

SQL Azure Reporting

SQL Azure Reporting was announced at the PDC 2010 keynote! SQL Azure Reporting enables developers to embed operational reports on information stored in a SQL Azure database, using ReportViewer in remote mode in your applications, with the cloud at your service, and no need to manage or maintain your own reporting infrastructure.  SQL Azure Reporting… Read more

Frequently Asked Questions – Dundas Visualizations Acquired by Microsoft

Dundas Data Visualization, Inc. has been producing data visualization components for Microsoft technologies for many years. In 2007, Microsoft acquired the codebase for these components to deliver data visualization directly within Microsoft’s products. As part of the agreement, Microsoft enabled Dundas to continue to sell, enhance, update and support the components for a specified duration… Read more

Report Builder 3.0 & Portal

Due to popular demand, we are posting the download information for the small stand-alone installer package for Report Builder 3.0 separately as well: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=d3173a87-7c0d-40cc-a408-3d1a43ae4e33 Report Builder 3.0 is also part of the SQL Server 2008 R2 Feature Pack. If you are you looking for … how to get started with Report Builder 3.0? videos and… Read more

SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2

   SQL Server 2008 R2 is a big release, with new “editions” (MSDN contains the detailed feature by edition matrix), and includes also significant enhancements in Reporting Services. The stand-alone download package for Report Builder 3.0 is available as well.  More details about Reporting Services 2008 R2 and Report Builder 3.0 can be found here:… Read more

Looking for a Career with Invigorating Challenges?

In the past you may have provided valuable feedback through MSDN forums, Connect, blogs, conferences, and perhaps even discussed your ideas directly with members of the SQL Server Reporting Services product team. We appreciate all your suggestions, feedback and input we have received! If you want to have an even bigger impact on shaping the… Read more