jQuery tabs are pretty great, and you can get some cool functionality if you mix tabbing with nested content in an iFrame. Once you put the pieces together, you can see how your Web page might appear in the example image included with this post.
SSRS is a flexible platform for quickly and easily deploying reports. A handy set of functions is the inbuilt time handling. In this post I’ll give a quick overview of the options you have available for working with Date and Time values in SSRS, especially when it comes to getting the current year.
If there’s one down-side to JQuery UI dialogs, then it’s that they can be too simple to use and too much of the actual logic is hidden from the developer’s view. This can easily end up with surprising behavior which can only be described as the control trying to be too clever and to do…
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) has an in-built function called Globals!ReportServerUrl that allows you to return the URL of the SSRS report on the server. If you are looking at customizing part of your SSRS report depending on the Server that it is hosted on, then this is a useful function.