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Create dynamic business intelligence (BI) solutions for SharePoint faster and with more capabilities than previously possible. With this book, youll learn the entire processfrom high-level concepts to development and deploymentfor building data-rich…

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    Create dynamic business intelligence (BI) solutions for SharePoint faster and with more capabilities than previously possible. With this book, youll learn the entire processfrom high-level concepts to development and deploymentfor building data-rich BI applications with Visual Studio LightSwitch, SQL Server 2012, and a host of related Microsoft technologies.Youll learn practical techniques and patterns necessary to use all of these technologies together as you build an example application through the course of the book, step by step. Discover how to solve real problems, using BI solutions that will evolve to meet future needs.Learn the fundamentals of SharePoint, LightSwitch, and SQL Server 2012Get a solid grounding in BI application basics and database design principlesUse LightSwitch to build a help desk app, including data model design and SharePoint data integrationBuild a tabular cube with Microsofts Business Intelligence Semantic Model (BISM)Dive into the data visualization stack, including Excel and SQL Server Reporting ServicesCreate reports with Excel Services, Report Builder, and PowerViewUse tips and tricks for setting up your BI application development environment

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2013
    Forlag
    O'Reilly Media
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781449324674
    Sider
    592

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