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ReportName_dd_mm_yyyy as REPORT NAME IN SSRS SUBSCRIPTION -WINDOWS SHARE TYPE


ReportName_dd_mm_yyyy as REPORT NAME IN SSRS SUBSCRIPTION -WINDOWS SHARE TYPE

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Hi
I have desgined a SSRS report and deployed.and created its subscription.
I used windows share type subscription (automatic report generation and saving in shared folder in system)
Right now report is saving as name "Report". I want to use it as Report_dd_mm_yyyy format (where dd_mm_yyyy is generate date of report.i.e. Report_30_08_2017

I googled a lot but i found a single solution of adding @timestamp (Report_@timestamp) in front of Report but it saving report as Report_yyyy_mm_dd_hhmmss. i.e. Report_2017_08_30_120420.

I dont need time period (hhmmss).Please suggest some solution.

Thanks in advance
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projectengineering - Wednesday, August 30, 2017 1:20 AM
Hi
I have desgined a SSRS report and deployed.and created its subscription.
I used windows share type subscription (automatic report generation and saving in shared folder in system)
Right now report is saving as name "Report". I want to use it as Report_dd_mm_yyyy format (where dd_mm_yyyy is generate date of report.i.e. Report_30_08_2017

I googled a lot but i found a single solution of adding @timestamp (Report_@timestamp) in front of Report but it saving report as Report_yyyy_mm_dd_hhmmss. i.e. Report_2017_08_30_120420.

I dont need time period (hhmmss).Please suggest some solution.

Thanks in advance


The options to name the file would be use Enterprise edition and data driven subscriptions or on other editions, appending @timestamp to the file name. If you want a different format than what you get with using @timestamp, you would need to create a batch job or some process to rename the file.

Sue



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