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SQL Server Reporting Services: Benefits of a 3rd Party Scheduler

SQL Server has an internal SSRS Reports scheduling system that can manage and distribute your report subscriptions. Does it do the job? Do SSRS’ internal features satisfy all of the business’ needs? In some cases, firms look to 3rd party solutions to complete their projects. Some solutions enable a greater flexibility in subscription publication, or offer a wider array of scheduling options, while others help manage SSRS Reports. Most importantly, using a 3rd party solution such as SQL-RD can provide a much higher ROI for initial, ongoing and future costs.

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Utilize SQL Server Reporting Services To Get The Most Of Technology!

Gone are the days, when technology used to be the differentiator in a business. In today's competitive era, what matters most is how you employ the technology at your disposal. Now you can make the most of the technology you have with the help of SQL-RD; which allows you to better utilize Microsoft Server Reporting Services in a better manner. It is a comprehensive tool which enables you to use the SQL suite in a truly professional manner.

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How to Publish SQL Server Reports Outside of SSRS

Continuing our series on SQL-RD and ways “out of system workflows” maximize SSRS’ capabilities, let’s explore exactly how SQL-RD can publish SQL Server reports. In the past, we have looked at why an administrator would want to schedule SSRS reports outside of SQL Server. Reasons ranged from increased flexibility, more export options, and report output security. In this article, we will run through setting up two of SQL-RD’s most basic scheduling functions: the Single Report Schedule and the Packaged Report Schedule. Though this article isn’t meant to be a fully fledged tutorial, it will give administrators feel for how SQL-RD can be used to publish SQL Server reports.

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