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    Describes a problem in which you receive an error message in PerformancePoint Business Modeler when you validate a cross model allocation rule. Includes two methods to work around this problem.
    This five-day instructor-led course provides students with the necessary knowledge to develop reports using Microsoft Report Builder 3.0. The training environment includes SQL 2008R2, SQL Express 2012 and SQL 2012 Standard and Enterprise so that the students can utilize Report Builder 3.0 and generate reports from multiple sources to investigate the different features of each release.The course covers the Report Builder 3.0 wizards, basics of report design, intermediate reports with report parameters and report expressions, report visualizations including graphs, charts, images, and gauges, advanced reporting including the utilization of maps, interactive reports, Report Parts and subreports.The course concludes with a special module that includes over 100 tips and tricks for Report Builder 3.0 with step-by-step instructions. All of the examples are available as a take-away for the students after the course.This course also provides students with the necessary knowledge to develop scorecards and dashboards using PerformancePoint 2010 in their own work environment. The course covers design theory, different types of dashboards, planning, deployment, and security. Each of the first-class objects are covered such as Indicators, KPIs, Filters, Data Sources, and interconnecting them into scorecards and combining scorecards into dashboards is covered in depth. In addition, peripheral knowledge that greatly enhances the design experience is provided including an overview of the Microsoft Business Intelligence stack, basic understanding of the hosting services for PerformancePoint 2010, which is SharePoint 2010, and SQL Server Analysis Services.
    This six-day instructor-led course provides students with the necessary knowledge to work with PerformancePoint 2013 Services. The new and improved Business Intelligence Center is explored, and all the exciting new features within the SharePoint 2013 release are covered.The focus of this course is on the SharePoint 2013 business intelligence platform and not on the SQL business intelligence services.PowerPivot and Dashboards have included modules. Using the current set of tools that Microsoft has available the average user can with minimum training utilize drag-and-drop to get the answers to questions such as: sales by quarter, reseller gross profit, and products purchased by geography. They can also create graphical reports and KPIs all without writing a single line of code! (Microsoft course 50561A)But what if you need questions like this answered?* What are the top 5 customers by country over the last 8 quarters?* What is our reorder point based on inventory levels?* What are our best customers in terms of volume and gross profit?* What effect does shipping cost have on profitability on a geographical distribution?* How do we calculate the year-to-date value?* How do we do year-over-year growth?* When looking at manufacturing how do we account only for workdays?Enter Microsoft Multidimensional Expressions (MDX). This instructor-led course is designed to take a person from the very beginning, think “Hello World” in programing to journeyman. The first chapters (1-4) get you well-grounded then from there we expand out. You won’t know how to do every MDX query. You won’t look at every function. But you will understand the patterns and from them you can examine examples and build on them to code your own sophisticated queries. The MBAs will love you!
    This five-day instructor-led course also provides students with the necessary knowledge to develop reports using Microsoft Report Builder 3.0. The training environment includes SQL 2008R2, SQL Express 2012 and SQL 2012 Standard and Enterprise so that the students can utilize Report Builder 3.0 and generate reports from multiple sources to investigate the different features of each release.The course covers the Report Builder 3.0 wizards, basics of report design, intermediate reports with report parameters and report expressions, report visualizations including graphs, charts, images, and gauges, advanced reporting including the utilization of maps, interactive reports, Report Parts and subreports.The course concludes with a special module that includes over 100 tips and tricks for Report Builder 3.0 with step-by-step instructions. All of the examples are available as a take-away for the students after the course.This course also provides students with the necessary knowledge to work with PerformancePoint 2013 Services. The new and improved Business Intelligence Center is explored, and all the exciting new features within the SharePoint 2013 release are covered.The focus of this course is on the SharePoint 2013 business intelligence platform and not on the SQL business intelligence services.PowerPivot and Dashboards have included modules.
    This three-day instructor-led course provides students with the necessary knowledge to work with PerformancePoint 2013 Service. The new and improved Business Intelligence Center is explored, and all the exciting new features within the SharePoint 2013 release are covered.The focus of this course is on the SharePoint 2013 business intelligence platform and not on the SQL business intelligence services.PowerPivot and Dahboards have included modules.
    This instructor-led course provides students with the necessary knowledge to develop Scorecards and Dashboards using PerformancePoint 2010 in their own work environment. The course covers design theory, different types of dashboards, planning, deployment and security. Each of the first class objects such as Indicators, KPIs, Filters, Data Sources, and interconnecting them into scorecards and combining scorecards into dashboards is covered in depth. In addition peripheral knowledge that greatly enhances the design experience is provided including an overview of the Microsoft Business Intelligence stack, basic understanding of the hosting services for PerformancePoint 2010 which is SharePoint 2010, and SQL Server Analysis Services.
    Candidates for this exam typically work in an environment in which they are responsible for the implementation and configuration of PerformancePoint Server. Their organizations require the use of PerformancePoint Server for business analysis and integration.
    Show All Hide All You can use the Create a KPI wizard in PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer to create a key performance indicator (KPI). A KPI is a business metric that represents
    PerformancePoint Server, Monitoring, Analytics, Planning, SQL Server, business intelligence, and Data Warehouses
    Describes an issue that occurs when you try to export a PerformancePoint Planning application and receive an "Error in command" error message. This issue occurs if a form template is missing on the server but is still listed in the Business Modeler.

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