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#1 Jackson Chong

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Posted 19 January 2010 - 04:42 PM

Hi! All,
Actually, I have some problems about the Business Intelligent on the SQL2008 and SQL2010
Is it means that it can allow us to generate the Excel Report from SQL Server Easily?
Because as a DBA
We always need to fulfill the requirements of the users about the reporting
and we need to change the fileds and the report day by day from the users requirements
If we changed the DB from SQL2000 to SQL2008 or SQL2010
The Business Intelligent can help us to save the works on modifications of report?
And how Business Intelligent can do it?
We can pass the jobs from IT / MIS to FAD or ADM works?
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Posted 24 January 2010 - 05:49 PM

Could you please re-phrase your questions?

Hi! All,
Actually, I have some problems about the Business Intelligent on the SQL2008 and SQL2010
Is it means that it can allow us to generate the Excel Report from SQL Server Easily?
Because as a DBA
We always need to fulfill the requirements of the users about the reporting
and we need to change the fileds and the report day by day from the users requirements
If we changed the DB from SQL2000 to SQL2008 or SQL2010
The Business Intelligent can help us to save the works on modifications of report?
And how Business Intelligent can do it?
We can pass the jobs from IT / MIS to FAD or ADM works?


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#3 Jackson Chong

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Posted 03 March 2010 - 02:35 PM

Could you please re-phrase your questions?

Er...
My question is the Business Intelligent of SQL 2008 and 2010
It's interface for the reporting will be better?
And let us to generate the Excel Report from SQL easier?
:D
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Posted 15 March 2010 - 04:20 PM

Er...
My question is the Business Intelligent of SQL 2008 and 2010
It's interface for the reporting will be better?
And let us to generate the Excel Report from SQL easier?
:D


SQL Reporting Services would be your best reporting engine since it is free and comes along with SQL 2008/2010 for this purpose.
Exporting your reports to Excel is a built-in feature already.
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