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Question concerning SSRS automation


Question concerning SSRS automation

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I'm looking for a way to automate the promotion of SSRS Reports, their associated data sources and their associated data sets from DEV to TEST to PROD.
Does anyone know of a PowerShell or T-SQL script that I can pass that information into including the source and destination reporting environments and automate that deployment?
My end goal is to create a webapp that the Help Desk can use to promote reports from each environment without DBA intervention.
Also, DEV, TEST & PROD are all using SQL 2012 Enterprise SP1.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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You cannot deploy SSRS with TSQL unfortunately.
Powershell might be possible though, if you can access the SSRS webservice with PowerShell.

Usually automated deployments are done using VBScript or by MSBUILD.


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That's what I'm hoping for. I know PowerShell in 2012 added some new functionality and am just hoping someone can point me in the right direction.

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Here's a starting point:

Deploying SSRS artefacts using Powershell (Simply)


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How about the free reporting services scripter? http://thandor.net/article/28

I've used it to move loads of reports between servers with great ease.
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