Tagged: ssrs

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Top 10 things to document in SSRS

Today is my last day at Monster Worldwide and it occurred to me in the lead up to it that there is quite a few components of SSRS and metadata that I’ve documented, put under source control or extracted over...

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F5 Load balancer lag with SSRS VM

This may be more of a perfect storm situation here, than a major concern across all SSRS Scale out deployments using an F5 hardware load balancer. Ill detail what I found & how we were able to workaround & eventually...

SSRS 2016 URL Format changes 0

SSRS 2016 URL Format changes

Mini-Post! A small change to remember when looking to upgrade to SQL & SSRS 2016 is a change to the Report Manager URL format. If you have any apps or custom scripts that build or use existing report URLs (for...

SOLVED: SSRS 2016 behind a Network Load Balancer 4

SOLVED: SSRS 2016 behind a Network Load Balancer

UPDATE 1 (19/07/2016): After posting this to twitter last night I got some instant help from the Senior Program Manager for SSRS at Microsoft. Thanks to Riccardo Muti for the info. I will update here again when Ive been able to...

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SSRS 2016 Brand Package breakdown

With SQL Server 2016 you now have the ability to customise the SSRS Report Manager’s look & feel. This comes in the form of applying a “Brand Package”. Its not free reign over the css for the site but its...

SSRS Report Name case driven from URL 1

SSRS Report Name case driven from URL

UPDATE: This issue still exists in SQL Server 2016. This is more of a formatting bug (read: undocumented feature) that I discovered in SSRS 2014 that no doubt exists in all previous iterations. It was initially discovered in SharePoint integrated...