Creating Agile Project Reports with TFS and Reporting Services - Part 2
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Published: 07 Apr 2008
Abstract
In this second part of the series, Eric shows the reader how to create a burndown chart using Reporting Services, Visual Studio 2008, and Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2008 for an agile project. After giving a short introduction and the requirements, he examines the creation of burndown reports with the help of relevant SQL statements and screen shots.
by Eric Landes
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Introduction

This series introduces the reader to creating custom reports for TFS utilizing Reporting Services.  In Part 1 of our series we covered 2 reports: A Story details report to allow you to print out your stories to post up in your war room and a current iteration report to report the status of your current iteration, and a breakdown report. 

This last part of the series, we will explain how to create a burndown chart utilizing TFS and Reporting Services. We will explain the Burndown chart report, then delve into how we create that report, first looking at the SQL to run against the TFS database, then how to create the report in Reporting Services.


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