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Disable a Shared Data Source In Report Manager, open a data source and clear the Enable This Data Source check box when you need to temporarily prevent reports or subscriptions from executing. Pause a Shared Schedule On the Site Settings page of Report Manager, click Manage Shared Schedules, select the check box for each shared schedule to pause, and then click the Pause button on the Report Manager toolbar. When you pause a shared schedule, all related jobs, such as report executions and subscriptions, are suspended. Use the Resume button when you re ready for jobs to execute on schedule.
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Reporting Services requires two SQL Server 2005 databases to operate. The ReportServer database is used to store report definitions, configuration information, security assignments, and schedules. The ReportServerTempDB database is used to store data only temporarily, such as session and caching information. In general, the tables in each database don t require much space. The exception is the ChunkData table in the ReportServer database. This table contains the intermediate reports for snapshots and report history. Because an intermediate report includes all report data, it requires more disk space than other items stored in the same database. The ChunkData table in the ReportServerTempDB database also contains intermediate reports for the session cache and the cached instances, so it also requires a large amount of disk space relative to other tables but doesn t persist this data over the long-term. Each Reporting Services implementation is unique in its disk space requirements, so we can t provide you with a specific formula to use for estimating disk space. However, the following list identifies the items that will have an impact on disk space consumption:
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Total number of reports Total number of snapshots Total number of snapshots saved in report history Total size of intermediate reports (which include report data) in snapshots and report history Total number of cached instances resulting from different combinations of report parameters Total number of users affecting session cache Session cache timeout length
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Be sure to back up the ReportServer database regularly along with the master and msdb databases. User accounts for Reporting Services are stored in the master database and msdb stores scheduled jobs. You need
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only back up the ReportServerTempDB database one time for disaster recovery since it contains cached data that can be recreated as users browse reports later.
Real World
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A great way to monitor report server usage is to implement execution logging. You can review the duration and success rate of report executions and uncover bottlenecks in report execution. The information stored in the ExecutionLog table of the ReportServer database isn t useful for direct reporting and analysis, but you can periodically export and transforms records in this table to load into your own logging database. Use the Site Settings page in Report Manager to start or stop execution logging at any time. By default, execution logging is enabled, but log records are kept for only 60 days. To implement execution logging, follow these steps: 1. Start SQL Server Management Studio and connect to the Database Engine. 2. Create a new SQL Server database, as described in 10, Creating Databases and Database Snapshots, named RSExecutionLog. 3. On the File menu, point to Open, and then click File. Navigate to the %Program Files%\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Samples\Reporting Services\Report Samples\Server Management Sample Reports\Execution Log Sample Reports folder, and open the Createtables.sql file. When you open this file, you ll be prompted to connect to the Database Engine. 4. Select RSExecutionLog in the Available Database drop-down list on the SQL Server Management Studio SQL Editor toolbar, and then click Execute on the same toolbar. 5. In Windows Explorer, double-click the RSExecutionLog_Update.dtsx file in the %Program Files%\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Samples\Reporting Services\Report Samples\Server Management Sample Reports\Execution Log Sample Reports folder to start the Execute Package Utility. There are several pages you can review in the Execute Package Utility dialog box, but you do not need to make any changes for this example. Click Execute to start running the package, and then click Close twice when package execution completes. 6. Using Visual Studio, open the Execution Log Sample Reports.rptproj file in the %Program Files%\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Samples\Reporting Services\Report Samples\Server Management Sample Reports\Execution Log
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