About Me

My name is Mark Garner and I’m a Principal Consultant at Sogeti (a part of global Capgemeni) in the Des Moines, IA office.

I consult on Business Intelligence projects including SQL 2005, Analysis Services, ETL with Integration Services as well as Reporting Services.

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8 Responses to About Me

  1. SLG says:

    keep the blog entries coming!

  2. Mark,

    You had linked to activeinterface.com’s Intrasight page. I am setting up a live demo at http://www.intrasight.com. Contact me for a login.

    Chris Harrington
    chrisATactiveinterface.com

    P.S. You could also add my blog to you BI blog roll
    http://www.activeinterface.com/thinolap.html

  3. octoni says:

    Hi Mark,

    Is SSIS able to export the report to the MS Word format ?
    Thanks

    R’gards
    Octoni

  4. Sushma says:

    Hi,

    I work in SSIS and SSRS projects. I had requirement of being able to use the SSRS report from SSIS.

    Basically i have an SSIS package that does data loading into 2 tables. This data in the tables will be avaiable for my SSRS reports. Now i want to be able to call the “Render” function of reporting services to export the report to Excel and email to users

    I saw your blog on “Consuming the Reporting Services web service inside SSIS”.
    But here i have some doubts on using
    wsdl.exe /language:VB /out:ReportService.vb http://%5BReportServerName%5D/ReportServer/ReportService.asmx?WSDL

    Doubts:
    1. Does wsdl.exe come along the full version of Visual Studio 2005 (Note: I have only the Visual Studio that allows to develop SSIS, SSRS and SSAS projects)
    2. Where is the proxy object created and how do we have to run this wsdl.exe?

    Thanks,
    Sushma

  5. Mark,

    Appreciate your discussions on Business Intelligence. When you have a moment, could you contact me ‘offline’ via email?

    Regards,
    Jane Maruszewski
    Senior Manager, MicroStrategy

  6. Hi,

    I’m Milly Barriga and I work for http://www.ProjectManager.com

    Our CEO “Jason Westland” has asked me to get in contact with you email you, as he was impressed by your website and would like to become a content contributor.

  7. Basically i have an SSIS package that does data loading into 2 tables. This data in the tables will be avaiable for my SSRS reports. Now i want to be able to call the “Render” function of reporting services to export the report to Excel and email to users
    +1

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