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Modify SQL Server Reporting Services Rendering Format In SharePoint-Integrated Mode
In a previous tip on Making Adjustments to SQL Server Reporting Services Configuration Files, we've seen how we can modify the rendering format of a Reporting Services report by making changes to the RSReportServer.config file. However, this does not work when Reporting Services is running in SharePoint-integrated mode. How can we accomplish this?
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Execute PLSQL Code in an Oracle Package from SSIS
We have a number of Oracle stored procedures that we need to execute from an SSIS package. The PL/SQL code is deployed in various Oracle packages. Many of these stored procedures require parameters and we're struggling to find the best way to do this given that the various Oracle connection manager types don't support parameterized queries. Do you have any ideas?
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Evolution of SQL Server Self Service Business Intelligence
Learn how Reporting has evolved into Business Intelligence (BI) on the SQL Server platform then determine how your current solution measures up. In this session, we will discuss the self-service BI continuum along with the associated technology options, challenges, opportunities and more. Learn the best practices from the field to overcome some common challenges for getting reporting out to the user community.

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