|How to Connect Report Builder 3.0 to a SQL Server 2012 PowerPivot workbook|
|Written by Denny Lee|
|Wednesday, 28 March 2012 17:42|
With the upcoming release of SQL Server 2012, the new and cooler way to connect to a PowerPivot workbook within SharePoint is to use Power View which addresses the concept of Self Service Reporting (similar to how PowerPivot addresses Self Service BI). I even have a cool YouTube video showing how to connect Power View to Hadoop on Azure: http://dennyglee.com/2012/02/10/connecting-power-view-to-hadoop-on-azurean-awesomesauce-way-to-view-big-data-in-the-cloud/Read more...
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