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Part 2 of 2: Upgrading a Report Server database used by older versions of Team Foundation Server

If you can take the report server offline, you can detach the databases to move them to the SQL Server instance you want to use. This approach preserves permissions in the databases. 357 more words

Application Lifecycle Management

Part 1 of 2: Upgrading a Report Server database used by older versions of Team Foundation Server

The report server database provides storage for one or more report server instances. Because the report server database schema can change with each new release of Reporting Services, it is required that the database version match the version of the report server instance you are using. 213 more words

Application Lifecycle Management

Snapshots in Report History/ ReportServer Database Growing Big!

This is going to be a small blog post, where I’ll be showing how can you control the size of your ReportServer Database. Most of the times I’ve seen Report Server Administrators ignoring a very useful setting and screaming – “Not sure why Report Server Catalog is growing out of control in size!!…” 225 more words

SSRS

Auditing Report Execution using the ReportServer Database

We welcome our guest blogger David Jennaway who is the technical director at Excitation and a CRM MVP.

Reporting Services is usually considered at most as just the engine for executing and rendering reports. 1,298 more words

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