SQL Server Reporting Services reports have a number of properties that can be obtained via the GetProperties web method.
The full list of properties is documented in SQL Books Online in Report Server Item Properties. What it fails to mention is that some of these items are read-only. Try passing them in via CreateReport or SetProperties and you’ll just get an exception for your trouble.
By trial-and-error (mostly error!) against an instance of the SQL 2005 Reporting Service Web Service I discovered that the following properties are user-settable:
Property User-settable CreatedBy CreationDate Description Yes Hidden Yes ID ModifiedBy ModifiedDate Name Path Size Type VirtualPath Language ReportProcessingTimeout Yes ExecutionDate CanRunUnattended Yes HasParameterDefaultValues HasDataSourceCredentials IsSnapshotExecution HasScheduleReadyDataSources MimeType
Looking to learn new things, network with colleagues, be inspired and maybe even have a bit of fun? Here’s a list I’ve compiled of upcoming events. I’m aiming to attend and speak at CodeCampSA. I’ll have to see whether I get to any of the others!
REMIX 10 - Australia’s version of Microsoft’s MIX conference - which has a particular focus on web design and development.
Heading into its fourth year, CodeCampSA is on again this July. Whilst it’s always been a bit smaller than the Wagga event (see below), it’s always really encouraging to see a solid contingent of interstate speakers volunteer their time to come and support us locals to put on a great training weekend.
Tech-Ed Australia, back again at the Gold Coast Exhibition Centre.
I’m told any SQL enthusiast worth their salt will be aiming to attend the 2010 PASS Summit. True, it is in Seattle, but apparently that has the nice side effect of allowing a lot of the Microsoft SQL team to attend and speak too.
Updated 5th May to add REMIX
Narelle has dusted off her blog and posted some new content after a short break of 5 years!
Subscribe to her feed if you’re interested in a bit of craft and the odd recipe or two.