My journal article titled “Building Ideal PowerPivot Model for Power View reports” got published in SolidQ Journal. In this article, I talk about reporting properties in PowerPivot Model that you can set which will enhance the Power View report creation experience of your end-users. Here are the five main topics discussed in the article:
– Hide from Client Tools
– Default Field Set
– Table Behavior
– Calculate Columns and Calculate measures
In the Part 2 of this series, we will discuss the reporting properties in Tabular Model to help you build an ideal Model for Power View reports.
I’ll let you know when that’s published Part 2 is Published: http://parasdoshi.com/2012/09/25/new-journal-article-published-title-building-an-ideal-tabular-model-for-power-view-reports/
I would also like to thank the SolidQ Journal Team and Ruben Lopez who was the Technical reviewer of the article.
And if you have any feedback, please drop a comment or contact me. Thank you
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