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Hello all,

How can I determine the Edition of SQL Server Analysis Services installed?
Say for a SQL Server Database Engine, I can see in properties of server in Management Studio. I see the version of Analysis Services, but recently deployed a solution to a server and recieved message indicating edition did not support certain features. Installed Enterprise and all worked out.

Similarily, not sure how to validate version or edition of SQL Server Reporting Services.

New to the B.I. beast, but interested in improving!

Thank you in advance,

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Posted Monday, February 18, 2008 7:11 PM


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Quick and dirty, run this from an SSMS query window (connected to the DB engine):

declare @table1 table (id tinyint identity (1,1), data sysname)
declare @count smallint,
@i smallint,
@key nvarchar(8),
@sql nvarchar(1000)

set @i = 1

insert into @table1 (data)
exec xp_regenumkeys 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE', 'Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server'

select @count = coalesce(count(*), -1)
from @table1
where upper(data) like 'MSSQL.%'

while @i <= @count
begin
set @key = 'MSSQL.' + cast(@i AS nvarchar(2))
set @sql = 'xp_regread ''HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE'', ''Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\' + @key + '\Setup'', ''Featurelist'''
exec (@sql)
set @sql = 'xp_regread ''HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE'', ''Software\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\' + @key + '\Setup'', ''Edition'''
exec (@sql)
set @i = @i + 1
end


This will return installed features followed by editions for each installed product. NB - assumes stuff is installed as default instance.

Or you could just open regedit & browse to the keys listed above.





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Posted Tuesday, February 19, 2008 9:00 AM


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Thank you sir... I figured it was somewhere easy.
Thanks for taking the time to respond.


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Posted Tuesday, August 25, 2009 4:08 PM
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I recently encountered the same dillema.

* SSMS: connect to your SSAS.
* Right-click Server
* Reports
* Standard Reports
* General
* VOILA!

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I'm new to Reporting Services also, but I finally managed to find at least some of this information. Oddly enough, you go to Add/Remove Programs -> Microsoft SQL Server 2005 -> Change -> Choose an instance then click the "Report" button in the right-hand corner. It will show version, edition, patch level, and language. Hope this helps!
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How to find the edition, service pack installed information for Analysis Server 2000 version?

Thanks,
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Posted Wednesday, November 24, 2010 2:41 AM
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Drake Teran (8/25/2009)
I recently encountered the same dillema.

* SSMS: connect to your SSAS.
* Right-click Server
* Reports
* Standard Reports
* General
* VOILA!

-DT

Thanks Drake.
The information you provided helped me.
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Posted Wednesday, November 24, 2010 5:35 AM
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I am new here so, I do not know anything about this,but I want to stay with you for learn it.
Thanks.



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Why not just run SELECT @@VERSION? From a query window in SSMS.

It will return a row such as:

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 (RTM) - 10.50.1600.1 (Intel X86) Apr 2 2010 15:53:02 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation Enterprise Edition on Windows NT 5.1 <X86> (Build 2600: Service Pack 3) .

It is highly unlikely that you would have one version of SQL, another version of SSAS, then another version of SSRS.

To see what version your SSRS is you can just enter in a browser something like: http://localhost/ReportServer. When the ReportServer page opens you'll see the version listed on the page. For example: "Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Version 10.50.1600.1". Or you can just look in you log files. You'll notice at the top of the file it provides some version details for the product currently installed.

One more tip. If you happen to have SSMS open. If you expand the Object Explorer and you just happen to be connected to SSAS and/or SQL you can see the version. Won't tell you the edition it is but it does shows the version in parenthesis next to the server/instance name.
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Posted Wednesday, December 22, 2010 8:50 AM
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Drake Teran (8/25/2009)
I recently encountered the same dillema.

* SSMS: connect to your SSAS.
* Right-click Server
* Reports
* Standard Reports
* General
* VOILA!

-DT


that was the easiest!! Thanks
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