Click here to monitor SSC
SQLServerCentral is supported by Red Gate Software Ltd.
 
Log in  ::  Register  ::  Not logged in
 
 
 

Get your favorite SSC scripts directly in SSMS with the free SQL Scripts addin. Search for scripts directly from SSMS, and instantly access any saved scripts in your SSC briefcase from the favorites tab.
Download now (direct download link)

2005 Database Monitor RDL for Management Studio

By Tommy Bollhofer,

Please see the resources section for the code (Save Who.txt as Who.rdl). Support for an auto refresh interval of 90 seconds has also been added. I've also removed my copyright with my e-mail address from the bottom of the report :) Thanks!

1) Launch MS VSS or BIDS. Select File -> New -> File

2) Select XML File.

3) Paste the contents into the editor.

4) Save the file as Who.rdl in the following location: My Documents\SQL Server Management Studio\Custom Reports.

5) Connect to a database engine via the Management Studio UI, right-click the server name and select the custom reports option.

6) Select the Who.rdl file

Welcome additional comments/feedback at tbollhofer2@gmail.com

Resources:

Who.txt | BlockingLocks.txt
Total article views: 2629 | Views in the last 30 days: 12
 
Related Articles
FORUM

Select report query

Select report query

FORUM

Maintenance Plan reporting

Select Report Option

FORUM

Bind data selected record from dataviewgrid to report

Bind selected record to report

FORUM

Hide parameter selections for SSRS based on reporting level seletions

Hide parameter selections for SSRS based on reporting level seletions

FORUM

Optional grouping depending on selected parameter in reporting services

Optional grouping depending on selected parameter in reporting services

Tags
 
Contribute

Join the most active online SQL Server Community

SQL knowledge, delivered daily, free:

Email address:  

You make SSC a better place

As a member of SQLServerCentral, you get free access to loads of fresh content: thousands of articles and SQL scripts, a library of free eBooks, a weekly database news roundup, a great Q & A platform… And it’s our huge, buzzing community of SQL Server Professionals that makes it such a success.

Join us!

Steve Jones
Editor, SQLServerCentral.com

Already a member? Jump in:

Email address:   Password:   Remember me: Forgotten your password?
Steve Jones