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SSRS Bursting: How to Email SSRS Reports Using the Bursting Method

Do you need to break up your SSRS Reports and send them to unique email addresses? Whether invoices need to be sent customers, or sales reports need to be delivered to your sales team, there a couple of ways you can use SSRS bursting to distribute reports by email. Though there are several SSRS Report bursting methods, three are most widely used. The three most widely used are the PDF tool, the SSRS Data Driven bursting method, and the use of an external tool to automatically burst your SSRS reports.    

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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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