Over 90 commands. Similar look and feel to MS Command Prompt eg. CD =create folder
New feature: Export all report snapshots, and choose the rendering output eg Excel, PDF
Easy management of reports, data sources, resources, report parts and shared datasets
Bulk upload of reports
Bulk upload of reports and resources.
Bulk data source changes for reports.
Create batch files to be scheduled to run at a later time
Security management.- Change view and reset inheritance.
Identify where security is different.
Supports all versions of reporting services.
uploads reports and resources from the folder and sub folders c:\SSRSUpload to SSRS. If reports and resources already exist on the report server they will be backed up to the folder c:\SSRSBackup.
Using SSRS CMD As a batch file.
With the above example the commands can be created in a batch file, eg c:\ssrs\SSRSUpload.txt
Createall c:\SSRSUpload /b:c:\SSRSBackup /o /s
Setrptds \ssrsupload /c:"\datasource\prod" /s
Running the Batch File
From within SSRS CMD
From the Command Line (eg. MS Command prompt)
Create an MS Command batch file (assuming ssrscmd has been added to the path otherwise you will need to enter the full name of ssrscmd).
ssrscmd call c:\ssrs\ssrsupload.txt
Microsoft .net 2 framework is required.
Every version of SSRS is supported SQL Server 2000 - 2012(native and integrated).
The licensed version this also supports SSRS Azure and forms authentication.
Operating System Minimum Requirement
Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1, Windows 7
Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 r2
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