Project Description
This application lets you manage a Microsoft Reporting Service server. It supports SQL 2000,2005, 2008, 2008R2 & 2012, native or in SharePoint mode.


Currenly it allows you to:
  • Download reports stored on the server, optionally including any (sub)folders by recreating the folder structure on the server by selecting a folder on the server. It will then download all reports and subfolders to the client.
  • Upload multiple reports to the server, optionally you can upload a folder structure to the report server by selected a folder with reports and subfolders stored on the client.
  • Get detailed information about the items on the server, like used datasources, parameters and permissions.
  • Create and delete folders on the server.
  • Move reports, datasources and folders.
  • Rename reports, datasources and folders.
  • Delete reports, datasources and folders.
  • Set the datasource of multiple report on the server by first selecting folders and reports on the server and then the datasource to use. When targeting a folder all reports in that folder and any subfolder will be updated.
  • Get an overview of item properties (used datasources, security settings, parameters and properties)
  • Create or edit datasource
  • Supports models - upload new models, replace existing (with compatibility check, great when administrating big sites w many users)

Remarks:
  • When downloading items and the item already exists on the client the item will be overwritten.
  • When downloading folders, empty folders will be skipped.
  • Datasources cannot be downloaded

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http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/Servers/Server-Tools/ReportServer-Explorer.shtml

Bugs? Problems?
Please let us know, use the discussion tab for these!

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I am a .Net developer at De Heer Software based in Holland.

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Last edited Jan 4, 2013 at 9:05 AM by Expecho, version 17