Configuring subscriptions SQL Server


show more A subscription provides readers with access to information that is only published in certain reports. You can create read-only files that are only available to those in your organization who need the data for their job. In this tutorial, you can see how configuring subscriptions to reports lets interested parties receive email copies of your reports. show less
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Configuring subscriptions

Right now, for anyone to see any of these reports, they have to come to the website and click the link to either view it on the site or be able to select the Export option to view it in one of the other formats. But we can also have these reports generated automatically on a schedule to create a subscription to them, say that have a sales report sent to our Inbox every Monday morning at 8 a.m. But this can require just a little more work on our part as a report creator, so let's see why. I am going to take one of these reports that I have. It really doesn't matter which one.

I'm going to pick this very simple first report I created right at the start. Let's say this is the one that I want to subscribe to. Okay, sounds good. I can see that it's working. I want this every Monday morning. I am going to go back to the containing folder, which for me is just the Home page here, and from the dropdown menu, I'm going to select Subscribe. I choose that option and I am refus...

Configuring subscriptions
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A subscription provides readers with access to information that is only published in certain reports. You can create read-only files that are only available to those in your organization who need the data for their job. In this tutorial, you can see how configuring subscriptions to reports lets interested parties receive email copies of your reports.

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