TFS Reporting Recipes #0: Introduction

17/10/2012

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Well, it’s been a while since I’ve last blogged and it’s time to get back into the rhythm!  In this series, which I’m calling TFS Reporting Recipes, I’d like to show some tricks, tips and other patterns that help me along when I’m writing reports for customers.  I almost always use the relational warehouse since I feel more comfortable in SQL than in MDX, so for the recipes I assume you’re in the Tfs_Warehouse database.

Feel free to sound off in the comments if you have questions/issues that you’d like to see me address.

Happy Reporting!

The following posts are available:

1.  Get the iteration path of the current sprint

2.  Get Daily Values for a Date Range

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