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Complete newbie question

Complete newbie question

Complete newbie question

If I have SSRS installed AND I have a query defined, how do I combine the two to create a graph as an output? I have looked at SSRS a little bit and have not had much luck getting anything figured out, so any help would be greatly appreciated.


RE: Complete newbie question

  • Create a new report
  • Add a datasource (Connection to your SQL Server or other source if your data is elsewhere)
  • Create a dataset pointing either at your dynamic sql (bad) or your stored proc (good)
  • Drop a graph object from your toolbox onto the report and configure according to your dataset
  • Bob's your uncle, your first SSRS report set

RE: Complete newbie question

Great, thanks!

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