SQL SERVER – Four Tutorial for SQL Server 2012 New Features

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Published on Sun, 06 May 2012 01:30:19 +0000 Indexed on 2012/05/30 16:50 UTC
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One of the very common question I receive on my facebook is that if there is any tutorial for SQL Server 2012 new enhanced features and solutions. I see this demand a bit increasing as the SQL Server 2012 is more and more being adopted. Here is the list of four tutorial which is specifically created for SQL Server 2012 by Microsoft.

Multidimensional Modeling (Adventure Works Tutorial)
This tutorial teaches you how to develop and deploy an Analysis Services project that enables the employees of Adventure Works Cycles to analyze various aspects of their business.

Tabular Modeling (Adventure Works Tutorial)
This tutorial teaches you how to create a SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services tabular model that enable sales and marketing teams to easily analyze internet sales data in the AdventureWorksDW2012 data warehouse. You will build the tabular model in SQL Server Data Tools.

Tutorials and Demos for Power View
Create Power View reports and explore Power View features. View demos, videos, and tutorials that help you get started quickly with Power View and successfully build reports with interactive filters and visualizations such as bubble charts, tiles, and cards.

Tutorial: Using the hierarchyid Data Type
This tutorial is intended for users who are experienced with Transact-SQL, but are new to the hierarchyid data type. In this tutorial, you convert an existing table to a hierarchical structure, and you also create a new table to store and manage hierarchical data efficiently.

Note: The description of the course is taken from original course description. You will need to install SQL Server 2012 AdventureWorks for all this tutorial.

Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)


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