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SQL Reporting Service 2005 - share schedule report performace T-SQL query?

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
Hi, I have SQL 2005 reporting services Shared Schedules and each schedule has its own subscribed report. I would like to have T-SQL 2005 to find out performance loading on each schedule. i.e. MySchedule_1 has 10 reports in it and AVEGARE report eaxecutiontime is like 3mins 5sec      MySchedule_2 has 7 reports in it and AVEGARE report eaxecutiontime is like 4mins 9sec Pls can I have T-SQL 2005 on ReportServer database to find out load on each schedules (and more drill-down to each report level for execution time)?


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