Mike Pearson

Recovery Planning For SQL Reporting Services

SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services is becoming a more and more popular reporting option everyday. However, the disaster recovery plan for this add on is not a simple backup and restore since there are multiple pieces and servers usually involved. However the DBA may be responsible for the entire system. Mike Pearson brings us a look at some of the scenarios that you need to consider and what you might need to prepare for disaster recovery of SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services.

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2007-02-16 (first published: )

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Review of ApexSQL Report v4.3

We had Mike take a look at this product recently and he found a lot to like. He also had some suggestions about ways the product could be improved - interesting since you get free upgrades for life with this product. This is a very good walk through of the product.

2004-03-12

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