By Adam Aspin
Business Intelligence with SQL Server Reporting Services is helping you carry company intelligence with panache. Harness the facility of the Reporting companies toolkit to mix charts, gauges, sparklines, signs, and maps into compelling dashboards and scorecards. Create compelling visualizations that grab your audience’s cognizance and support company clients establish and react speedily to altering enterprise stipulations. better of all, you will do a majority of these issues by means of developing new worth from software program that's already put in and paid for – SQL Server and the incorporated SQL Server Reporting prone.
Businesses run on numbers, and strong enterprise intelligence structures make the serious numbers instantly and comfortably obtainable. enterprise clients wish entry to key functionality signs within the workplace, on the seashore, and whereas driving the subway domestic after a day's paintings. Business Intelligence with SQL Server Reporting Services is helping you meet those want for anywhere/anytime entry via together with chapters in particular exhibiting the right way to carry on glossy units equivalent to shrewdpermanent telephones and drugs. you are going to discover ways to convey a similar info, with comparable look-and-feel, around the complete variety of units utilized in enterprise this present day.
- Key functionality signs provide quick notification of industrial unit performance
- Polished dashboards bring crucial metrics and strategic comparisons
- Visually arresting output on a number of units focuses attention
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Secondary color: White d. Gradient style: Top bottom 11. Drag a data bar into the fifth column of the detail row. Select Bar (this is the leftmost of the data bars) as the sparkline type and click OK. 12. Click twice on the data bar to display the Chart Data pane. Click the plus symbol to the right of the ∑ Values and select Expression from the pop-up. Value, "ColorSalesCurrentMonth") 13. Click twice on the data bar, then right-click and select Series Properties from the context menu. Value, "ColorSalesCurrentMonth") = 2, "LightGreen","CornflowerBlue")) Secondary color White Gradient Style Diagonal left Chapter 2 ■ KPIs and Scorecards 14.
Leaving the icon images as they are, set the following start and end attributes for the three icons (in this order from top to bottom): a. Down-facing arrow: Color: Gainsboro, Start and End: 1. b. Right-facing arrow: Color: Silver, Start and End: 2. c. Up-facing arrow: Color: Dim Gray, Start and End: 3. The dialog should look like Figure 2-4. 27 Chapter 2 ■ KPIs and Scorecards Figure 2-4. Setting indicator values 19. Click OK. 20. Drag a second indicator into the fifth column of the detail row.
To give you an idea of what you are looking for, take a glance at Figure 2-11. Figure 2-11. A complex text-based KPI 55 Chapter 2 ■ KPIs and Scorecards The Source Data This KPI needs two datasets. pr_ScorecardTimeCountryAndMake12MonthSales in the CarSales_Reports database. CarSalesData WHERE InvoiceDate BETWEEN '2012-08-01' AND '2013-08-01' GROUP BY CASE WHEN CountryName = 'United Kingdom' THEN 'United Kingdom' WHEN CountryName = 'France' THEN 'France' WHEN CountryName = 'Switzerland' THEN 'Switzerland' ELSE 'Other' END ,DATENAME(mm,InvoiceDate) + '-' + CAST(YEAR(InvoiceDate) AS CHAR(4)) ,CAST(YEAR(InvoiceDate) AS CHAR(4)) + RIGHT('0' + CAST(MONTH(InvoiceDate) AS VARCHAR(2)),2) ORDER BY SortOrder The data returned from these two scripts (although only partially for the second) looks like the output shown in Figure 2-12.