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How to manage SSRS Reports


How to manage SSRS Reports

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alimda
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Hi there,

We have a lot of SSRS reports that we are looking for a software to manage them. I mean we want to be able to have a source control feature and a reporting tool that shows us some meta data of these reports (such as underlying queries, parameters etc.). Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

We have the following:
- SQL Server 2008
- Visual Studio 2010

I heard about the TFS2012 and TFS2012-Express and the TFService.
If your suggestion is going to be one of these, could you please share your experience?

Thank you,

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TFS is a great tool for source code version management but again TFS inherently would not serve your second requirement. You can fetch this data by querying the reporting services catalog.

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Raunak Jhawar (10/7/2013)
TFS is a great tool for source code version management but again TFS inherently would not serve your second requirement. You can fetch this data by querying the reporting services catalog.


True! Not sure if anything available to suit your second requirement.
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