Welcome to sqlReports4.com!
Since 2009, PowerSchool users have been able to easily create interactive custom reports within PowerSchool by using SQL and a free customization called sqlReports. In March of 2009, Dean Dahlvang released a free PowerSchool customization called sqlReports, which he described as "an ad hoc reporting add-on that can turn simple to medium sql queries in to web based reports in PowerSchool." Users could write reports to access data from anywhere in the database, and it became one of the most popular customizations that's still in use today.
In 2013, Dean turned over development to Matt Freund, and with coding assistance from Bob McGregor, sqlReports 4 was born and first released on June 1, 2013. More features have been added and a teacher version was also released. It works with any version of PowerSchool 8, 9, or 10, and it works on any setup regardless if you're hosted or self-hosted.
Since sqlReports 4 runs as a customization within PowerSchool, there's no need to set up data transfers to 3rd party vendors, create additional accounts or logins, or buy additional servers just to analyze and view the data that's siyting right there on your PowerSchool server. Once you use sqlReports, you'll see why it's one of the most popular and powerful customizations ever created for PowerSchool.
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The final blog post on sqlReports4.com
This is the final blog post for this site as all new information will be posted to...
Some web site changes
The following changes will be taking place over the next couple months: 1 - content from this site...
Update on PS 10 Testing
There doesn't appear to be any issues with sqlReports 4.7 and it's add-ons and PS 10. I wasn't...
sqlReports 4 Non-Flash Beta Now Available
If you're interested in beta testing the non-Flash version of sqlReports 4 on a test server, you...
Update on the Non-Flash Version of sqlReports 4
I should have beta copies of the non-flash version of sqlReports 4 for the admin and teacher...