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Hi, I am a beginner in SSRS. Please guide me to export SSRS report i.e. .rdl report to an excel sheet.
Hello all, My companies decided to move to a IaaS model for the future growth of the company. I have been tasked with writing a project plan for the move but in all seriousness I am stumped and I don't know where to begin. Can I please get some pointers as to where to start? Thank you!
I downloaded .ttf fonts from FontSpace and I am unable to add them to "add fonts to library" in Suitcase Fusion 6
As a QA, how do I handle a web app when there is single resource and that web app is also developing as vast?
How can I generate public URL for graphs in HPQC? I plan to display these graphs in SharePoint 2010.
For my SQL Server database, is there a way to export it to an SQL script? I need something like mysqldump. It would take the database's name, and create a script that will remake the tables, data, stored procedures, etc. Does anyone know of anything like this?
My menu for Windows 10 won't come up. I can't get mail or photos.
In Microsoft Edge browser, how does one choose a type style, for example Verdana?
I have a user on a Windows 8 laptop with Microsoft Office 2015 installed. Whenever he tries opening PPTX files, no actual content is displayed but instead, only what appears to be an icon representing a picture file right in the center of the screen.
Gbridge 2.0.0-1322 fails to install on Windows 10 giving error message 2. I've tried it from the command line, and in a clean boot.
Why when I send a ping attack, it is working in my command prompt you know sending and receiving and on the computer I'm attacking there's no affect?
How can I eliminate the SWJ format forever because when I run a SolidWorks program, SWJ files remain until I delete it?
How can I tell if a user is using another user profile in AS/400?
I have Windows 7 Ultimate. I used a 14 character random password. Some trick or tricks I used on it because it is taped to the keyboard. I can not get into the admin account. I ran ophcrack on it and it stated it was disabled? Ophcrack did not find the password. What can I do? This is what you get...
How do I find my computer information and check to make sure the files copied to a disk drive?
The problem is represented by the names of files, because on my pc files have file 111-10-2005.txt(name=name+data) and in AS/400 files are just file1 file 2 and so on. I don't know how to manipulate this problem.
Which companies are already using machine learning in cloud optimization and management? I mean except GOOGLE or similar big companies.
I want to delete the app, PC fix booster, from my Windows 7 computer. It is not listed in downloads list. Its icon appears on the taskbar of the Google home page. Whenever I open Google, this app opens without clicking on it.
When I connect my mobile with my laptop, it changes my JPG images into DRW. Will it cause a problem or are the images are saved in my laptop?
There's one other thing that might cause a problem. Microsoft Access, if that's what you're using, doesn't support COUNT DISTINCT. (At least, it didn't in Access 97. I don't have Access 2000 or 2003, so I can't test it.) To get around this, just use a saved query, which is the equivalent of a view...