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Simple T-SQL implementation for running SSRS subscriptions.

I created this stored procedure to be able to run SSRS subscriptions using T-SQL code instead of adding a component in the SSIS package with the subscription id. Let's say we have a set of report subscriptions named like this: ClientReport1, ClientReport2, ClientReport3. To run them using the stored procedure, all we need is this […]

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