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  • Blog Post: SQL Server Reporting Services Load Simulator v 0.2.0.0

    ( Download at the end of the blog entry ) Testing with realistic parameter sets Ever wanted to test your SQL Server Reporting Services infrastructure against a realistic workload? Most often the problem is where to get the realistic data (parameter sets, a good weight of the different rendering...
  • Blog Post: The New! report in town

    Ever wondered what New! means if you see a report in SQL Server Reporting Services Manager ? Obviously it is a report which was created recently. But what does “recently” mean and do I have a way to influence what SQL Server identifies with “New!”. Well, sorry to say that, but it depends :-) The clear...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Reporting Services Logging & Caching project released on Codeplex

      The first version (0.3.0.0) of a small project I did was published to Codeplex ( http://rsparamlogcache.codeplex.com/ ). It enables you to log and cache user parameter values for further usage and statistics. Here is short extract from the project description: Project Description The solution...
  • Blog Post: List reports of a Reporting Services instance via rs.exe script

    Simple and easy, no coding or direct access needed to the report server database, simply put the following script in a script file and exectue it via rs.exe e.g. rs.exe –S http://localhost/ReportServer –i TheScriptFileHere.rss Put the following lines of code in a script file: Public Sub Main()   ...
  • Blog Post: Consuming SSIS package data in Reporting Services (and using Web Services in addition) Part 2

    (Update: Due to security reasons the functionality retrieving data from SSIS packages has been deprecated and is no longer available in SQL Server 2008 R2) (Sample project attached to the blog entry !) Having stated the need for getting data from SSIS packages in Reporting Service in my last post...
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