It's about 3:30 on a Sunday afternoon and I'm sitting in my hotel room in Vancouver overlooking a very foggy harbour. We've completed four of the ten cities on this cross Canada tour.
So far, we have been to Toronto, Ottawa, Edmonton, and Victoria. This week we are in Vancouver and then Calgary. The response in all of these cities has been great, and we have been seeing lots of blog posts and photos appearing about the event.
If you are coming out to one of the upcoming events, don't forget to blog about it, or if you are bringing your camera, tag your photos and upload them to the group pool on Flickr.
There are already some great photos online, including this one that Chris took of the stuff that you'll get in your bag.
Thanks everyone for the photos and blog posts.
See you in your city.
Tags: [Microsoft] [Launch2005] [Vancouver]
Enjoyed the launch - thanks!
Please redirect me if this isn't the best place to post this question.
I am using SQL Server Reporting 2000 and need to include a Table of Contents in a report for printing from PDF. Currently in SQL Server Reporting Services 2000 there seems to be no way generate a Table of Contents - of course if you know how to please let me know.
Document maps are great but are limited, in PDF they become Bookmarks and from what I can figure out they aren't (easily if at all) printable and only have one level of hierarchy. Do you know of a way to generate a TOC?
Also do you know if Reporting Services for SQL Server 2005 has the functionality to create a Table of Contents in a report?
Thanks in advance!
I was at the Launch in Victoria on November 17 and enjoyed the presentations.
Do you know the estimated time of shipment for the Visual Studio and SQL software packages which were promised to be sent to our home addresses?