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SSRS - Deployment - dbo.Catalog

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jj2learnnotes
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I have a report file named "Employee Detail.rdl" in the below location,

C:\Report_Types\Employee Info Report\Employee Info Report

I deployed this report using Build -> Deploy of the solution.

According to my understanding, once I deploy after the deployment I should see only one row added to dbo.Catalog table but dbo.Catalog table has 2 entries as below:

Row1:

Path = /Employee Info Report
Name = Employee Info Report
Type =1

Row2:

Path = /Employee Info Report/Employee Detail
Name = Employee Detail
Type =2

Item ID and Parent ID are unique for these 2 rows.

Can someone explain why there are 2 rows for this single report?

Thanks,
JJ
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Hello,

The first record will be for the report folder named “Employee Info Report” (where your report is deployed), and the second record is for the actual report.

“Type” is a useful column in the Catalog table:-

1 = Folder
2 = Report

Regards,

John Marsh

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thanks John!
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TYPES:
1 = Folder
2 = Report (.rdl)
3 = .XML
4 = Link Report
5 = Data Source (.rds)
6 = model
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Update -additional types for 2008 R2
8 = Shared Dataset
9 = Report Part
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Minor correction on type 3, this is any other file type (xml, image etc.)

Assumption is the mother of all F***ups
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On a related subject (I'm digging around in the catalog table at the moment) does anybody know what "Dynamic Prompt" relates to in the parameter field?
it is entrenched in the xml for the parameters and as far as I have been able to tell is always false.

<I'm looking at the 2008R2 version here>


<Prompt>Report Date</Prompt>
<DynamicPrompt>False</DynamicPrompt>
<PromptUser>True</PromptUser>
<DynamicDefaultValue>True</DynamicDefaultValue>
</Parameter>

Assumption is the mother of all F***ups
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