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Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2008 Reporting Services Unleashed by Amit Goyal, Jim Joseph, Michael Lisin

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Chapter 21. Report Execution and Processing

In this chapter, you explore some of the information that can be captured at runtime, and learn how to set up shared schedules that can be used to coordinate actions within the Report Server.

Managing Schedules

Schedules are used within SSRS to trigger executions of subscriptions and snapshots, generally classified as events. Schedules can trigger a one-time event, or cause events to run continuously at specified intervals (monthly, daily, or hourly).

Schedules create events on the Report Server. Actions within the Report Server, such as expiring a snapshot or processing a subscription, are triggered ...

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