Showing posts with label SSRS Reports. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SSRS Reports. Show all posts

November 17, 2017

SQL Server Reporting Services, List out all the data sources with Report Name and Path

In Enterprise application, we can have many reports hosted. Sometimes there are few customized reports too. Over period of time, there may be many Data Sources used by the different reports. To find out Report and its data source, we can use the following query: (Execute on ReportServer Database)
SELECT C2.NAME AS Data_Source_Name
 , C.NAME AS ReportName
 , C.Path AS ReportPath
FROM ReportServer.dbo.DataSource AS DS
INNER JOIN ReportServer.dbo.CATALOG AS C ON DS.ItemID = C.ItemID
 AND DS.Link IN (
  FROM ReportServer.dbo.CATALOG
  WHERE Type = 5
  ) --Type 5 identifies data sources
FULL JOIN ReportServer.dbo.CATALOG C2 ON DS.Link = C2.ItemID
WHERE C2.Type = 5
This will gives following result:

Reference : Tejas Shah

August 8, 2010

SQL SERVER Session at Dotnetchaps - Developer Conference 2010

Dotnetchaps is a group of people focused on Microsoft technologies .Net and SQL Server. The User Group organizes technical sessions for sharing knowledge on .Net and SQL Server. The motto of this group is to Learn, Share and Grow.

DotNetChaps user group is also associated with community and officially opened the SqlPass chapter at Anand. The chapter name is Anand India Sql Server Users group.

Today, I am presenting a SQL SERVER session in this User Group meeting organized at SURAT, GUJARAT.

My session is at 2:10 PM which consists of following:

1. What's new in SQL SERVER 2008 R2?
2. Demo of SSRS Reports

In my SQL SERVER session, I am going to explain Utility Control Point (UCP), Data-Tier Application (DAC), Unicode compression. I am going to explain this feature by making examples on SQL SERVER R2, so people have better idea about it.

For SQL SERVER Reporting Services, its very simple to Design, develop and deploy report to report Server. It is very simple to integrate deployed report to web application.