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Caching SSRS Reports having multiple Parameters.


Caching SSRS Reports having multiple Parameters.

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Hi,

I have worked fair bit on SSRS, however I have not implemented Caching of SSRS reports, ever.
Recently there are some reports which perform very slowly and I was wondering the possibility of implementing report caching.

What my understanding of report Caching is that report cache is created for each of the parameter values entered by a User. In my report ( the one which is slowly running), there are 10 parameters and out of those, 4-5 are those which have more than 10-12 distinct possible values and differently used by Users. If I enable report Caching in such a case, a cache copy would be created of the report for all the possible values selected by Users and there would be a lot of (50-60 may be more) copies of cache created. Is this overhead justified for good performance?

So my question is - "In such a case, will Caching help at all ?" OR Is it that "In multi-valued, multi-parameters report, Caching is not as helpful an option as it would be for reports with less or no parameters."

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Athar Iqbal
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I am using SQL Server 2008 ( if that helps )
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