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Posted Friday, September 11, 2009 11:23 AM
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Hi,
We need to create an email subscription for a particular report that should be run every month starting from 2nd Business day to 10th business day excluding Saturdays and Sundays. But in SQL Server Reporting Services we have a limitation that not allows to run the subscription on Business days and that will run only on Calendar days, if 2nd date falls on Saturday or sundays, then the subscription should not run 2nd date, the subscription should only start run on every 2nd business day to 10th business day every month.

As we don't have this option to select Business days in SQL Server Reporting Services, is there any Plugin's that supports SQL Server Reporting Services that should run the report Stored Procedure with the dynamic Parameters, (We have a parameter called "Month" and if we run the subscription on Sep month, the report should pull Aug month (means Month - 1)). Please any one suggest any solution to do this through any plugins or windows schedule Job in details. Also Please let us know if there any Plugins available in the Market that is used to run the SQL Reporting Services Email Subscription.

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Posted Thursday, February 4, 2010 6:52 AM
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You could check Dundas software....
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Posted Thursday, February 4, 2010 2:51 PM
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If you have suitable access to SSIS, you might be able to try this:
1) Set up the subscription on the report server fro a date already passed
2) Identify the ID of the SQL Job that represents that subscription
3) Run the subscription SQL job from an SSIS "Run SQL Job" task
4) You should be able to write a script in the SSIS that identifies both whether the last run of the job was successful AND whether it is the right day. The precendence can be set to run the SQL job if the script task is successful.

This is one of the ways we synchronise a data import with the delivery of a report by a subscription so that the report does not get delivered before a its data has been successfully imported.
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Posted Thursday, February 4, 2010 8:11 PM


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Hi fazluam,
I think Datadriven subscription will support this. I'm not sure, check it out


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Please feel free to let me know if you are not clear or I’ve misunderstood anything.

Thanks,
Arunkumar S P

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