May 30th, 2013 | Author: Lydia Bronze | Filed under: CloudShare, SharePoint | Tags: CloudShare, Dynamics CRM, exchange, Exchange 2013, How-To, Infrastructure, PowerPivot, PowerView, Project Server, Reporting Services, SharePoint, sharepoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Error, SharePoint Site, SharePoint Templates, Site Templates, SQL, SQL Server, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2012, SSAS, SSRS, Tabular, taxonomy, Team Foundation Server, TFS, visual studio, web application, Workflow
This week we’re going back into the blog vault to share the most popular CloudShare Community blog posts from last year. We hope you find this trip down memory lane useful (Especially all the SharePointers out there)!
The installation of this server is not a traditional SharePoint Server installation. It can be a bit complicated and quite confusing. I have decided to make your life a bit easier by writing this post with a step-by-step guide to installing SharePoint Server 2010 With SQL 2012 PowerPivot, PowerView and Reporting Services.
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June 1st, 2012 | Author: Lydia Bronze | Filed under: CloudShare, SharePoint | Tags: BI, BI Stack, Business Intelligence, Performance Point, PowerPivot, PowerView, SharePoint, SQL, SQL2012, SQL2012 BI Stack, SSAS, SSRS
I installed a SharePoint farm with a SharePoint 2010 SP1 Enterprise server and SQL Server 2008 R2.
Check it out here: https://use.cloudshare.com/Pro/ShareEnv/XW55HPP70RLL
After I finished the installation and configuration of my new farm I realized that I did not install SQL Server Reporting Services in SharePoint mode or in native mode. Uh – Oh! Read the rest of this entry »
May 22nd, 2012 | Author: Lydia Bronze | Filed under: Dev / Test, SharePoint | Tags: BI, Performance Point, PowerPivot, PowerView, SharePoint, SQL 2012, SQL 2012 BI Stack, SSAS, SSRS
We get a lot of requests for templates that include BI solutions. Recently, we published a new template containing SharePoint 2010 Enterprise SP1, SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence Edition with PowerPivot, PowerView, SSRS (Native Mode and SharePoint Mode), SSAS (Multidimensional and Data Mining Mode, PowerPivot for SharePoint, Tabular Mode) and PowerPivot features for Excel 2010. Read the rest of this entry »