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The System User role allows users to view basic information about the report server. It provides access to fewer tasks than any other role, including the Browser role. Rather than viewing information about reports, the System User role allows the viewing of basic information about the report server itself. This role also includes support for loading reports using Report Builder, though it does not allow access to as many tasks as the Report Builder role does. Users assigned to the System User role can perform the following tasks:
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Database Maintenance
Moving a Report Server
If Report Server degrades the performance of an instance so much that users begin to complain, a DBA can move the Report Server to another instance on a separate computer. Moving a database does not influence scheduled operations currently defined for Report Server items. All schedules are re-created when the Report Server service is started on the destination instance. This is because subscriptions, cached reports, and snapshots are preserved in the moved database. There are three possible methods for moving report server databases: backup and restore, attach and detach, and copy. The approach that a DBA implements varies depending on availability requirements. Attaching and detaching provides the easiest method, but the report server will be offline during the process. Backup and restore minimizes the impact on availability, but it requires complex Transact-SQL commands during the operation. Using the Copy Database Wizard is fast, but it does not preserve database permission settings. After you have moved a database, you must reconfigure the Report Server connection to the Report Server database. To move the Report Server database by using the detach and attach method, follow these steps: 1. Stop the Report Server Windows service and the Web application pool that hosts the Report Server Web service.
NOTE
Choosing a shut-down method
The delicate way to perform this operation is to shut down the Web application pool that hosts the Report Server Web service. The less delicate way is to shut down IIS entirely.
2. Open a connection in SQL Server Management Studio to the SQL Server instance hosting the report server database. 3. Right-click the ReportServer database, choose Tasks, and choose Detach. 4. Right-click the ReportServerTempDB database, choose Tasks, and choose Detach. 5. Transfer the .mdf and .ldf files to the Data folder of the target SQL Server instance. Four files in total should be transferred. 6. Use SQL Server Management Studio to connect to the target instance. 7. Right-click the Databases folder and choose Attach. 8. Click Add to select the report server database files that you transferred in step 5. Repeat this step for the ReportServerTempDB files. 9. Verify that the RSExecRole is a database role and has the Select, Create, Update, Delete, and References permissions on all tables in the ReportServer and
Lesson 3: Managing Reporting Services
ReportServerTempDB databases as shown in Figure 6-17. Ensure that RSExecRole has execute permissions on the stored procedures.
Figure 6-17 Verifying that RSExecRole has the correct table permissions.
10. From the Configuration Tools menu of the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 program group, start the Reporting Services Configuration tool and open a connection to the destination instance as shown in Figure 6-18.
Figure 6-18 Opening a connection to the destination instance.
11. On the Database Setup page, select the destination SQL Server instance, and click Connect. 12. Select the report server database that you just transferred, and click Apply. 13. Restart the Report Server Windows service and the Web application pool on the original server.
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Database Maintenance
PRACTICE
Generate a Report
In the following practice, you generate a report that can be used by the sales team at AdventureWorks. The report displays information about the highest earning customers that AdventureWorks has. 1. Open Business Intelligence Development Studio. 2. From the File menu, choose New and then Project. 3. Select the Report Server Project Wizard from the Visual Studio installed templates. 4. Enter the project name as RichCustomers, and ensure that the Create Directory For Solution check box is selected. Click OK. 5. When the wizard starts, click Next. 6. On the Select The Data Source page, verify that New Data Source is selected. Enter the data source name as AdWorks. 7. Click Edit. In the Server Name drop-down list, select Melbourne. 8. In the Select Or Enter A Database Name drop-down list, select AdventureWorks. 9. Click Test Connection. 10. Click OK twice. 11. Click Credentials. 12. Verify that Use Windows Authentication is selected. Click OK. 13. Click Next. 14. In the Query String text box, enter the following string:
SELECT FirstName, LastName, Phone, YearlyIncome FROM AdventureWorks.dbo.HighIncomeCustomers ORDER BY YearlyIncome DESC;
15. Click Next. 16. Select Tabular and click Next. 17. Click Next again. 18. On the Table Style page, choose Ocean. 19. Click Next. 20. Leave the default values on the Deployment Location page, and click Next. 21. Enter the report name as Rich Customers, and click Finish. 22. In Solution Explorer, right-click RichCustomers and select Deploy.
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