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You just upgraded to SSRS 2008 R2 and some reports are hanging up, while others seem to work fine. How do you debug for this, and what is the fix?
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You install or upgrade to SSRS 2008R2 Gold, and get the following error "SSRS SystemOverflowexception: Value was either too large or too small for an Int32". Here is what is going on....
FLASH: SQL Server 2008 R2 Error: Could Not Find Database Engine Startup Handle by William Pearson

If you encounter the error “Could not find the Database Engine startup handle” when attempting to install SQL Server 2008 R2, the cause may not lie with SQL Server, but with WinZip. This document describes issues I encountered in attempts to install SQL Server 2008 R2 on a Windows 7 machine, and my conclusion that the issue lay with flawed setup files, as extracted from the downloaded SQL Server 2008 R2 Developer .iso file by the WinZip extraction utility.


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How to create a calculated column which converts a string to a date and persist it. The problem is that the calculated column must be deterministic.

SSAS Process Full from SSIS with Parameter for DatabaseName by Wayne Snyder
We have recently had a need to process tabular models programmatically, but we needed it to be easily done by an end user – self service is the key – right? To solve this problem we have a...

Using Linked Tables in PowerPivot by Wayne Snyder
PowerPivot allows you to create a table in an Excel worksheet, and import it into your PowerPivot model. You can import data from Excel spreadsheets, but this differs in that the Excel data we wish to...

Errors Creating and Maintaining Relationships with PowerPivot Tables by Wayne Snyder
In this article you will learn how to create relationships in PowerPivot. More Importantly, you will learn about many-to-many relationships. Since PowerPivot only supports 1-to-many relationships, you...

Importing Flat Files into PowerPivot– Overcoming Problems by Wayne Snyder
You may run into issues when trying to import flat files into PowerPivot. This article documents some of the issues, and includes workarounds when available. As I bump into new problems, I will try to...

Importing Flat Files Into PowerPivot by Wayne Snyder
Bringing flat files into your Powerpivot model is easy. We will go through the process step by step, so that you can begin mashing up data to get your job done more quickly, more effectively, and with...

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The SQL Server 2008 Developer Training Kit will help you understand how to build web applications which deeply exploit the rich data types, programming models and new development paradigms in SQL Server 2008.

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Service Pack 1 (SP1) focuses on essential updates only, primarily roll-ups of cumulative updates 1 to 3 and fixes to issues reported through the SQL Server community. SP1 eases deployment and management of Service Packs by introducing Slipstream, Service Pack Uninstall, and Report Builder 2.0 Click Once capability.

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Explore data mining models in Business Intelligence Development Studio, part of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database software, with Senior Developer Evangelist Lynn Langit. See how you can create data sources in Business Intelligence Development Studio, process Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) objects, work with the Cube Editor, and more.

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MSXML4 SP3 is a complete replacement of previous service packs and includes security and reliability fixes. After MSXML4.0 SP3, there are no future service packs planned and MSXML4 SP2 support will end in November 2009. MSXML4.0 customers are recommended to upgrade to MSXML6 which has new functionality, performance and security improvements.

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Service Pack 1 (SP1) focus on essential updates only, primarily a Roll-up of Cumulative Update 1 to 3 and fixes to issues reported through the SQL Server community. While keeping product changes contained, we have made significant investments to ease deployment and management of Service Packs by introducing: Slipstream, Service Pack Uninstall, and Report Builder 2.0 Click Once capability.


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Photo of John HallJohn Hall has twenty five years of experience in large and small software organization ranging from project management to software architect and programmer in the energy, public sector, financial, imaging, and healthcare fields. He was chief architect of a high volume payment processing archive which won the Microsoft High Performance Computing Award and is one of the largest SQL databases in the world. He is currently specializing in Microsoft Business Intelligence Solutions with Mariner. For fun he bowls and plays in a band.


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