Reporting Services Configuration Files – SSRS
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Reporting services stoves configuration settings in various configuration files
If we change the configuration files information automatically reporting services work with these settings.
This configuration files are useful when migrating from one environment to another environment
RS web application. Config:
Here settings of a report related to report manager available
RS Report Designer. Config:
Here settings related to report manager, report server, subscriptions, security, caching …. Etc are available
Navigation:- Start menu → search option → All files (or) folders → rs report server. Config → click search
To check out the config. Results go to SQL server visual studio → open and see the XML settings, for manager, server, subscriptions… etc.
- To change the settings admin privileges required
- These files are created at the time of installation
- Changes in these settings are not recommendable.
Command line utilities and their usage
RS config: It manages and encrypts connection Settings in the server.
RS Key management: It processes the server encrypted key set and writes to the file
RS adive: It creates the encryption key to activate the server.
RS: It automates common server management tasks like
a) publishing the report
b) configuring the report ….etc
Syntax:- RS – I < net script file > <Report server>
Eg:- rs –I party. Css
Note:- RS. Rs key magmt …etc are web services
- [Display. Alternative color to alternative rows?]
Go to the fields (select all the required rows) select text box properties → Fill → fill color:
[ ] [ Fx ]
- Set expression for : background color: =IIF (row number(nothing) mod2, “light green”, “light blue)
- Displaying the specified no of rows in every page
Sol:- Write the below expression in the group expression so that for every 25 records it take a break
=INT ((Row number (nothing) -1) / 25)
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