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This site is published by Paul Turley and is based upon my opinions and perspectives.  These are not the opinions or responsibililty of my employer, Microsoft or any other vendor, my associates, clients, family, friends, my dog or anybody else.  If I’m right, I’m right and if I’m wrong, I’m wrong.  Please don’t make any critical business decisions or change the course of any life-altering events based upon what you read on my blog.  To do so would be really dumb and I can’t accept responsibility for it.

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9 responses

17 06 2014
Rick

I need a dynamic column report maybe you can get me started.

26 05 2014
HB

Hi Paul,

I was wondering if you know of a way to get rid of blank spaces/lines between two nested tables. Re-sizing the nested/child tablix within a main tablix to .06, the smallest value it can have, still leave about a line of space and a solid line between the records within the main tablix.

Thank you for your help. I wanted to buy your SSRS Recipes book, but it is out of print.

26 05 2014
Paul Turley

HB
If you could put together a simple example and upload to a public file share (e.g. OneDrive, DropBox, etc.), I’d be happy to take a look. Just reply and send a link.

The recipes book is available in the Kindle edition which is what may people prefer now. Many publishers are moving to e-book only editions after the initial print book sales.

7 11 2013
Armando Marrero

Hi Paul!

I need to do a migration from ssas traditional model to the tabular model, Where can I download or buy the solidq migration tool?

Thank you

8 08 2013
Alex Maslyukov

Hi Paul,

I was wondering if you willing to write a small post blog about my free SQL Server Management studio addin – SQL Hunting Dog.

http://www.sql-hunting-dog.com

1 08 2013
Mark Ketter

I’m working through SQL 2012 Reporting Services, Could you direct me to how to restore the Adventure Works DW Multidimensional ABF file download (for examples in Chapters 6 & 7)?
I’m using SQL 2012 Developer

4 08 2013
Paul Turley

Mark

Use SQL Server management Studio to restore the backup to your Analysis Services instance.
After connecting to Analysis Services, right-click the Databases node and select Restore…, browse to the .ABF file and restore the database to the server. After that, it should show up as a database. The documentation can be found here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174874(v=sql.110).aspx

26 10 2011
Craig

Paul,

It’s craig! Email me!!!

10 09 2011
Steve

I love you man! You are the Greatest!

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