Professional Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint
Professional Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint describes all aspects of PowerPivot and shows you how to use each of its major features. By the time you are finished with this book, you will be well on your way to becoming a PowerPivot expert.
This book is for people who want to learn about PowerPivot from end to end. You should have some rudimentary knowledge of databases and data analysis. Familiarity with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft SharePoint is helpful, since PowerPivot builds on those two products.
This book covers the first version of PowerPivot, which ships with SQL Server 2008 R2 and enhances Microsoft Office 2010. It provides an overview of PowerPivot and a detailed look its two components: PowerPivot for Excel and PowerPivot for SharePoint. It explains the technologies that make up these two components, and gives some insight into why these components were implemented the way they were. Through an extended example, it shows how to build a PowerPivot application from end to end.
The companion Web site includes all the sample applications and reports discussed.
Part I: Introduction.
Chapter 1 Self-Service Business Intelligence and Microsoft PowerPivot.
Chapter 2 A First Look at PowerPivot.
Part I: Creating Self-Service Bi Applications Using PowerPivot.
Chapter 3 Assembling Data.
Chapter 4 Enriching Data.
Chapter 5 Self-Service Analysis.
Chapter 6 Self-Service Reporting.
Part II: IT Professional.
Chapter 7 Preparing for SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 8 PowerPivot for SharePoint Setup and Configuration.
Chapter 9 Troubleshooting, Monitoring, and Securing PowerPivot Services.
chaPter 10 Diving into the PowerPivot Architecture.
Chapter 11 Enterprise Considerations.
Part IV: Appendix.
Appendix A: Setting Up the SDR Healthcare Application.
Appendix B: DAX Reference.
Ron Pihlgren is a 15-year Microsoft veteran and member of the SQL Server Analysis Services team as a senior test manager.
Denny Guang-Yeu Lee is a member of the SQL Customer Advisory team and a coauthor of Professional Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2008 with MDX.
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Currently says "Drag and drop the CalendarYear and CalendarYearMonthLabel columns from DimDate table to RowLabels."
There is no column named CalendarYearMonthLabel, needs to be CalendarMonthLabel as figure 2-15 on page 41 shows.
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Step 5 should say: Drag and drop ProductSubCategoryName column from DimSubProductCategory table to the Row Labels drop zone. On a PivotChart the bottem left drop zone is called: Axis Fields (Categories).
Error on page 247. The statement is: The last step ? PowerPivot System Service to Analysis Services ? is performed using Windows authentication via the Claims-To-Windows Token Service (c2wts) The statement should be: The last step ? PowerPivot System Service to Analysis Services ? is performed using Windows authentication via the PowerPivot System Service?s Windows service account.