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How do i create a report on sharepoint using list?

How do i create a report on sharepoint 2010 using lists? I have one for issues, and i want to show graphical as well as tabular representation of the data.

Is there a way to generate one on sharepoint itself without the need to code separately? Probably using a wizard?
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sandipkhardeCommented:
SharePoint 2010 has chart solution where you can represent graphical data....
http://www.dotnetmafia.com/blogs/dotnettipoftheday/archive/2010/02/24/impress-the-boss-with-the-sharepoint-2010-chart-web-part.aspx

In MOSS 2007 there was one teplate called report center that template is part of PerformancePoint Services in sharepoint 2010
This will help you to generate reports and represent data (same like above article) in graphical view  
http://www.learningsharepoint.com/2010/07/10/creating-dashboards-in-sharepoint-2010-tutorial/
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sandipkhardeCommented:
*********The Report Center site template has been replaced by the Business Intelligence Center site template not Performance Point Services.
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Rayaan WastyFormer Senior SharePoint ConsultantCommented:
I had a similar issue a few months back a simple solution is below :

http://wyly.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/secure-pie-charts-for-sharepoint/

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viralypatelAuthor Commented:
Thanks Rayaan, just what i needed. Appreciate your help ...
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viralypatelAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for viralypatel's comment http:/Q_27316882.html#36578411

for the following reason:

thanks
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Rayaan WastyFormer Senior SharePoint ConsultantCommented:
I think i answered then why is my answer not set as the right one?
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viralypatelAuthor Commented:
@Rayaan: Dont know how it went wrong. I did accept your solution. May be just clicked at the wrong place in a hurry.

@RockMod: Thanks for fixing it.
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Rayaan WastyFormer Senior SharePoint ConsultantCommented:
No problem man  :)
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