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Hello World. I'm Jon Hermiz and am a software engineer here in Michigan. Feel free to look around and leave feedback!


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How To Set Default Dates In Reporting Services

I posted this in the SQL Team forum: It shows you a good way of creating a bunch of date functions so that you can use them in reporting services as date default values for any date parameter.  

posted @ Wednesday, March 26, 2008 11:53 AM | Feedback (4) | Filed Under [ SQL Server Reporting Services ]

How To Create A Sharepoint Like Calendar In

This article relates to a couple of articles that are on the site.  The original article was "Cool Tricks With The Calendar".  You can find this here:  The other article you might find useful is the "Additional Tip For that Calendar Control In" this article can be found here: Have you ever wanted to create a nice calendar control much like the sharepoint calendar control?  You know the calendar control with hyperlink data directly on each calendar day.  The previous articles shows you how to use the DayRender Calendar control event to add image controls.  But what...

posted @ Monday, December 17, 2007 9:01 AM | Feedback (16) | Filed Under [ .NET SQL Server ]

Additional Tip For That Calendar Control In

Regarding my post about the tips and tricks with the calendar control someone emailed me asking how to add additional text / images to the calendar control to give the calendar day a more appealing visual representation. Something to this effect: You handle images like so in the same event as we discussed before.  The event you want to use for this is the DayRender event since you want to control each day.  Anytime you need to handle something that is associated with a single day cell you have to take care of it in the day render event.  How To Do...

posted @ Tuesday, December 11, 2007 3:25 PM | Feedback (13) | Filed Under [ .NET SQL Server ]

Cool Tricks With The Calendar

UPDATE: Additional tips: More Tips Been A Long Time Hello world...sorry I haven't posted in quite some time, we've been real busy at home this Christmas season.  Anyhow I thought I would share some tricks and tips with using the calendar control before you or your company spends some change to buy a control on the internet. What Is The ASP.NET Calendar Control The calendar control is simply the calendar that comes prepackaged with visual studio and is available as a standard control.  Here she is on the standard control: And here is what the calendar control may look like: The Problem You have been tasked...

posted @ Monday, December 10, 2007 12:16 PM | Feedback (62) | Filed Under [ .NET SQL Server ]

DevConnections 2007

Count me in this year again! I had an excellent time last year and met some real cool folks. I'll be in the visual studio conference along with the reporting services seminars.  Bring your RS questions if you have any. Here's some pics from last years: I wonder if Isaac Stubbs is still cruising in that motorcycle he won??  If you've never been to devconnections before then now is the time to go.  Tell your boss you need to attend  You get a free copy of MS Visual Studio can easily make a case to your boss about going.  Most of...

posted @ Monday, August 20, 2007 11:57 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ .NET SQL Server Reporting Services ]

How to pull Sharepoint list data from SQL Server

Learn how to pull a sharepoint site's list data from SQL Server, click here for more info.

posted @ Wednesday, August 15, 2007 11:25 AM | Feedback (59) | Filed Under [ SQL Server Sharepoint ]

Power of the ReportServer - How to pull data from Reporting Services Database

Learn how to pull data from the Reporting Services database.

posted @ Tuesday, August 14, 2007 3:02 PM | Feedback (16) | Filed Under [ SQL Server Reporting Services ]

Pulling SAP Data From .NET

Learn how to pull data from SAP from a .net application and load it into sql server. Read here for more info.

posted @ Tuesday, August 14, 2007 2:04 PM | Feedback (7) | Filed Under [ SAP .NET SQL Server ]

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