Readers: Here is another great post in the MicroStrategy Community from Jaime Perez (photo, right) and his team. A lot of work when into the preparation of this post and it shows some great ways to use the “R” integration with MicroStrategy. Contributors from Jaime’s team include:   ssonobe   Lili   Joanne A   Ohingst […]

Readers: I received the following e-mail from the Kimball Group. Thought I would share. Best regards, Michael Kimball Group Retiring on December 31, 2015 During the past three decades, we have worked with hundreds of clients, written thousands of pages, taught tens of thousands of students, and flown millions of miles. It’s been incredibly rewarding […]

This is another one of those little tricks that can save you from pulling your hair out trying to figure it out. By default, hyperlinks in a Report Services document are underlined. The underlining can not be removed by changing the format of the attribute or metric. There is an Enhancement Request open with MicroStrategy […]

In MicroStrategy Report Services Documents, document datasets and their original source reports  (such as a grid report being used as a dataset) are not completely connected to each other. Depending on the changes made on the source report, it can be reflected differently on the document. Basically, the change can be divided into two types. Type […]

Readers: I have some good news to share with you. Bryan Brandow, a Data Engineering Manager, has started (or perhaps restarted) blogging again. His new blog is called Bryan’s BI Blog and the first post is a must read. It is titled Evolving BI and Bryan shares his latest adventures, his thoughts on the current […]

Readers: I have some good news to share with you. Bryan Brandow, a Data Engineering Manager, has started (or perhaps restarted) blogging again. His new blog is called Bryan’s BI Blog and the first post is a must read. It is titled Evolving BI and Bryan shares his latest adventures, his thoughts on the current state of BI as he has observed and […]

Readers: Too often I don’t provide commentary or my opinion to the infographics I blog about. I think this is in part my own insecurities about what I have to say and also that there are many experts out there who do it so much better like Alberto Cairo and Robert Kosara. However, I want […]