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how to get the source code from .rdl file


how to get the source code from .rdl file

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From the RDL, open in a text editor, Notpad++ is what I use. Search for <COMMANDTEXT> and </CommandText>. Your sql code will be between these two. If there is one or more dataaset, search those as well.
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hi,
Thank you very much...
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anthony.green (1/29/2013)
SSRS Diagnostic Reports - http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Reporting+Services+%28SSRS%29/69257/

Deploy it to your SSRS report manager then use the Report Queries report.



Oh this is very cool! Thanks for the link. I had some reports I'd made for monitoring SQL Agent and looking at SSRS stats but this is way more complete.
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Dear Friend,

If you open the vs 2008 and add existing item also it will open only the edit part but we cant find out the stored procedure name....
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mohanraj.jsp (5/6/2015)
Dear Friend,

If you open the vs 2008 and add existing item also it will open only the edit part but we cant find out the stored procedure name....


Expand the node "Datasets." There double click the data set(s) of interest. In the resulting window under the Query menu, look for the "Query Type" and it will be under there. That is unless it is a direct call to the database and no stored procedure is used. You will just see the SQL text in this case.

Welcome to the forum, I hope this helps you , although I am guessing a bit as to your situation since you did not provide enough detail about your particular issue.

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