Let’s say you have a report, like a sales report that shows sales orders, and some people who run that report need it to show only the one sales order that they specify while others need to see all sales... Continue reading →
Peter is a consultant specializing in the design and development of database systems using SQL Server and .Net technologies. Peter has operated a nation-wide consulting business since 1991. He was a course designer and instructor of database and software development technologies at Harvard University; UC Berkeley, and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and he is author of “An Intuitive Approach to Database Design; An Introduction to Data Modeling.”
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I recently developed a solution to a problem that is a good example of a non-correlated subquery in a SELECT clause that can also be written as a cross join. I’ll describe the requirement, the data, and then the solution … Continue Reading
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In this article I’ll show you how to configure a table tablix to both repeat column headers at the top of every page and freeze them while scrolling. While tablixes have properties for these things, they only work in matrix … Continue Reading
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