Data Driven & Automated SSRS Reports with SQL-RD
SQL-RD is a dynamic, flexible, function-rich & intuitive automation tool for scheduling, exporting, distributing & delivering your Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Reports. Automate report delivery in SSRS & send the reports to printer, fax, folder, FTP, SMS, DropBox, Sharepoint & email in a number of formats including Excel, Word, PDF, Txt, CSV & more. SQL-RD contains powerful system, event triggered, data-driven & business process workflow functions which will make an instant impact on the efficiency of your business.
Automate SQL Reports
Simply set up a 'schedule' stating how often you would like each report to run, whether you'd like the output in Word, Excel, HTML, RTF, Acrobat, XML or CSV & who it should be sent to. SQL-RD will do the automated delivery for you, delivering reports to folder, email, printer, fax, DropBox, Sharepoint, FTP or SFTP! You can even select, manage & schedule reports hosted in different SSRS instances.
Date & Time Scheduling
Schedule SSRS Reports to run at a specific date & time, or to run them hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly or set up your own custom frequencies e.g. 4-4-3, every other day, third Monday of the month, & so on. And the same report can be scheduled to be run multiple times with different parameters, formats, frequencies, & destinations.
Respond to your business needs by setting schedules to run based on events & triggers rather than date. Add real-time monitoring to your SSRS Reports distribution process with SQL-RD's Event Based Schedules, reports are fired off when events occur e.g. database value is present, file is modified, window is open, an email is received, etc.
Dynamic & Data Driven
Use SQL-RD's unique Dynamic & Data Driven Schedule processes to trawl through your database to find the parameter values to use & then generate & deliver a unique report for each value.
Changelog for this release:
Ability to cache SSRS authentication details so that it can be used in the future.
Ability to 'Right Click' a schedule from within the error log and access the properties of the schedule.
Ability to use an 'insert' to dynamically populate the number of print pages required.
SQL Server Reporting Services
Stops working after 30 days