I’m thrilled to have been selected to deliver a session at the 2016 PASS Global Summit titled “Reporting Services 2016: The Force Awakens”. I’ve been speaking at SQL Saturdays and have done some training on SSRS 2016 this year but this new session has yet to be finished SO…. please let me know what you want to learn about Reporting Services in October. Please leave a comment in this post and let me know what’s most important and appealing to you. I’ll do my best to work the most popular topics into my session.
Here are some ideas:
- What’s new in the web portal and how is it different then Report Manager
- How is HTML 5 rendering different from previous versions
- What browsers and devices are supported by SSRS 2016
- What can I do (and can’t do) with mobile reports
- How to use and create KPIs
- How to create navigation paths with KPIs, mobile reports and paginated reports
- How does SSRS integrate with Power BI
- How does mobile reporting work and look with different types of reports and visuals
- How have paginated report visuals changed and improved
- Is there anything new or different about SSRS setup or configuration
- Is programming with SSRS any different than before
8 thoughts on “What do you want to learn about SSRS 2016 at PASS Global Summit?”
I appreciated your way of presenting about SQL. Thanks for posting.Keep it.up.
I knew how to source control; and deploy to production; the .rdl, .rsd, .rds files of previous versions of SSRS. What artifacts in the newest version may be source controlled? and what methods are there for production deployments after development in DEV and testing in QA?
It seems 2012 SSRS data sources can’t be edited in 2016 SSRS. Can you please confirm and suggest a work around.
Also, subscription jobs are not getting converted. I found where Microsoft responded on the SSRS forum and posted code to create the jobs which worked to create the jobs but not the job steps. Do you have code for that?
Can SSRS 2016 integrate with SharePoint 2013?
Good suggestion, Narayan. SSRS 2016 will work with SharePoint 2010, 2013 and now 2016 in integrated mode.
Mobile reports: Limits (still 10k rows dataset , 500 kb .shp file?), optimalization, best practices, execution log.
I’d like to see a ‘single landing page’ for end consumers whom don’t need to know the technical differences but only want to feel a single environment experience for consuming reports. We know this brings together all 3 platforms SSRS, Power BI and Mobile Reporting….so please show your audience how this can be done. David
How does SSRS integrate with Power BI
How to create navigation paths with KPIs, mobile reports and paginated reports
How to use and create KPIs
How does mobile reporting work and look with different types of reports and visuals
How is HTML 5 rendering different from previous versions
Is there anything new or different about SSRS setup or configuration
Maybe something on branding the portal