Deep Dive into Team Foundation Server 2012 Reporting
Thursday, September 13, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM (PDT)
Deep Dive into Team Foundation Server 2012 Reporting.
This sessions dives deep into understanding Team Foundation Server 2012 reporting. We will very briefly overview the provided reports, both SSRS and Excel that come out of the box, before diving into what makes these reports possible. We will dive into the behind-the-scenes data stores: the TFS_Warehouse and the OLAP cube, and understand their relationship as well as their structure. Then we will step back up into the world of reporting where we create and extend reports from WIQL queries (built-in capability), create new Excel pivot-table reports and host them on a SharePoint portal, and modify SSRS reports. Finally, we will look at how to make decisions about what data to capture to help drive overall process improvement.
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