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Once you have specified a custom data source, the screen shown in Figure 8-12 will appear, on which you can configure the connection type, the connection string, and the Connect Using account settings. The connection type should be Microsoft SQL Server and the connection string should be Data Source=<SQL Server>; Initial Catalog=SQL_Report_Params. This will connect to the parameters database to obtain the report parameters. Under Connect Using, the Credentials stored securely in the report server radio button should be selected. An account with sufficient permissions to read from the SQL_Report_Params database should be specified in the format domain\username. You may also select the Use as Windows credentials . . . check box if the account is a domain user account and not a SQL Server user account.
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Figure 8-11. Data-driven subscription wizard, screen 1
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Figure 8-12. Data-driven subscription wizard, screen 2
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On the next wizard screen (shown in Figure 8-13), you specify the SQL query from which the report parameter data is retrieved. To retrieve the data for this example, the following query should be used: SELECT * FROM CPU_ Report. Once entered, the SQL query should be validated using the Validate button on the screen. The report timeout can be left at the default value of 30 seconds for this example.
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Figure 8-13. Data-driven subscription wizard, screen 3 After the query is validated, click Next. The following two wizard screens (shown in Figure 8-14 and Figure 8-15) are used for mapping the parameters from the database back to the report. It is in these screens that you specify which parameters are located in the database and which should be entered manually. The best way to look at this is that any parameter that will change for each report (such as computer group) should be entered into and selected from the database table; whereas values such as the performance counter for a report will not change and can therefore be manually entered in this wizard screen. This simply reduces the need to duplicate information inside the database table in the report parameters database. The screen shown in Figure 8-14 is used to specify the report generation settings (such as File name and Render Format). This defines how the report will actually be generated, and has no bearing on the data in the report.
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Figure 8-14. Data-driven subscription wizard, screen 4 The next of the two screens (shown in Figure 8-15) is where the actual parameters for the report are entered (if required). The parameters that will change per report should be read from the parameters database, whereas the static parameters should be entered manually to prevent duplication of data in the parameters database. The next wizard screen is where the schedule for the report is specified. It is here that you define when the report should be run. The report can be run every time the data is updated on the report server (this will happen nightly after the DTS package has completed) or according to a schedule that you specify (recommended). If you select the option to specify a schedule and click Next, you will be presented with the screen shown in Figure 8-16, which allows you to specify the details for the schedule. Finally, click Finish to create the data-driven subscription. When the report executes according to the schedule, a number of reports will be created and named according to the option you specified in the report generation parameter options in the wizard. As you will see (if you have configured the subscription as defined in this example), each report gives the same performance counter for a different agent machine.
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Figure 8-15. Data-driven subscription wizard, screen 5
Figure 8-16. Data-driven subscription wizard, screen 6
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Summary
In this chapter, we have looked at the method for creating custom reports to enable you to generate MOM reports that are appropriate to your environment. We have also looked at the basics for creating data-driven subscriptions to allow you to configure your report subscriptions to generate multiple reports under a single schedule. In the next chapter, we will look at the MOM DTS package, which is used to transfer data from the operational (OnePoint) database to the MOM Reporting database (SystemCenterReporting). We will also show you how to troubleshoot issues with the DTS package in the next chapter.
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