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Need scheduled report to create a Word document for each record, without using Data Driven...


Need scheduled report to create a Word document for each record, without using Data Driven Subscription

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My company wants to start automating some of our customer communications.

As a first step, I need to use a daily subscription that will create a form letter for each client based on sales for that day. I have created the report and am able to get a single Word document with one page per sale record. What I need to do though is create individual files instead of the single file.

I have done a bit of research and everything is pointing me to using Data Driven subscriptions. That would be great, except for the cost of Enterprise edition, which is more that we're willing to spend.

Any advise or experience with this would be greatly appreciated.
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Jason Selburg wrote something that does that:
http://db-pub.com/news-10013929/data-driven-subscriptions-in-sql-rs-standard.html
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pietlinden (8/9/2014)
Jason Selburg wrote something that does that:
http://db-pub.com/news-10013929/data-driven-subscriptions-in-sql-rs-standard.html


Let's make this easier for others:

http://db-pub.com/news-10013929/data-driven-subscriptions-in-sql-rs-standard.html

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Lynn Pettis

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