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BI SQL # 186 : SQL Server DBA Scripts : Find the details of the given report name by querying Report Server Database

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In this article we are going to cover How to Find the details of the given report name by querying Report Server Database.

In this post we are going to discuss following points:

  • Problem Statement of SQL Script:
  • Description of SQL Script:
  • SQL Script Output Column
  • Input Parameter of SQL Script
  • SQL Script Code
  • SQL Script Output Screenshot
  • User Level to execute

    Problem Statement of SQL Script:

    How to find the details of the given report name by querying Report Server Database?

    Description of SQL Script:

    The procedure gives following result sets:

    1. Report creation and modification.

    2. Parameters.

    3. Data Sources.

    4. Datasets with command text and data fields.

    5. Subscriptions on the report.

    6. Snapshots on the report.

    7. Users having access to the report and their roles.

    8. Execution Log of the report if Show execution log parameter is specified as 1.

    SQL Script Output Column

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    Input Parameter of SQL Script

    Report Name- Report Name for which the details to be viewed.

    ShowExecutionLog- If set to 1 , the execution log for the report also will be displayed. Default value 0.

    SQL Script Code

    IF OBJECT_ID('sp_HelpSSRSReport', 'P') IS NOT NULL
        DROP PROC sp_HelpSSRSReport
    GO
    
    CREATE PROC sp_HelpSSRSReport @ReportName NVARCHAR(850)
        ,@ShowExecutionLog BIT = 0
    AS
    DECLARE @Namespace NVARCHAR(500)
    DECLARE @SQL VARCHAR(max)
    
    SELECT @Namespace = SUBSTRING(x.CatContent, x.CIndex, CHARINDEX(
                '"', x.CatContent, x.CIndex + 7) - x.CIndex)
    FROM (
        SELECT CatContent = CONVERT(NVARCHAR(MAX), CONVERT(XML, 
                    CONVERT(VARBINARY(MAX), C.Content)))
            ,CIndex = CHARINDEX('xmlns="', CONVERT(NVARCHAR(MAX), 
                    CONVERT(XML, CONVERT(VARBINARY(MAX), C.Content
                        ))))
        FROM Reportserver.dbo.CATALOG C
        WHERE C.Content IS NOT NULL
            AND C.Type = 2
        ) X
    
    SELECT @Namespace = REPLACE(@Namespace, 'xmlns="', '') + ''
    
    SELECT NAME
        ,CreatedBy = U.UserName
        ,CreationDate = C.CreationDate
        ,ModifiedBy = UM.UserName
        ,ModifiedDate
    FROM Reportserver.dbo.CATALOG C
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.Users U ON C.CreatedByID = U.UserID
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.Users UM ON c.ModifiedByID = UM.UserID
    WHERE NAME = @ReportName
    
    SELECT NAME = Paravalue.value('Name[1]', 'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,Type = Paravalue.value('Type[1]', 'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,Nullable = Paravalue.value('Nullable[1]', 'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,AllowBlank = Paravalue.value('AllowBlank[1]', 
            'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,MultiValue = Paravalue.value('MultiValue[1]', 
            'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,UsedInQuery = Paravalue.value('UsedInQuery[1]', 
            'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,Prompt = Paravalue.value('Prompt[1]', 'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,DynamicPrompt = Paravalue.value('DynamicPrompt[1]', 
            'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,PromptUser = Paravalue.value('PromptUser[1]', 
            'VARCHAR(250)')
        ,STATE = Paravalue.value('State[1]', 'VARCHAR(250)')
    FROM (
        SELECT C.NAME
            ,CONVERT(XML, C.Parameter) AS ParameterXML
        FROM ReportServer.dbo.CATALOG C
        WHERE C.Content IS NOT NULL
            AND C.Type = 2
            AND C.NAME = @ReportName
        ) a
    CROSS APPLY ParameterXML.nodes('//Parameters/Parameter') p(
            Paravalue)
    
    SELECT @SQL = 'WITH XMLNAMESPACES ( DEFAULT ''' + @Namespace + 
        ''', ''http://schemas.microsoft.com/SQLServer/
    reporting/reportdesigner'' AS rd ) 
                    SELECT  ReportName         = name 
                           ,DataSourceName     = x.value
    (''(@Name)[1]'', ''VARCHAR(250)'')  
                           ,DataProvider     = x.value
    (''(ConnectionProperties/DataProvider)[1]'',''VARCHAR(250)'') 
                           ,ConnectionString = x.value
    (''(ConnectionProperties/ConnectString)[1]'',''VARCHAR(250)'') 
                      FROM (  SELECT C.Name,CONVERT
    (XML,CONVERT(VARBINARY(MAX),C.Content)) AS reportXML 
                               FROM  ReportServer.dbo.Catalog C 
                              WHERE  C.Content is not null 
                                AND  C.Type  = 2 
                                AND  C.Name  = ''' 
        + @ReportName + 
        ''' 
                      ) a 
                      CROSS APPLY reportXML.nodes
    (''/Report/DataSources/DataSource'') r ( x ) 
                    ORDER BY name ;'
    
    EXEC (@SQL)
    
    SELECT @SQL = 'WITH XMLNAMESPACES ( DEFAULT ''' + @Namespace + 
        ''', ''http://schemas.microsoft.com
    /SQLServer/reporting/reportdesigner'' AS rd ) 
    SELECT  ReportName        = name 
           ,DataSetName        = x.value
    (''(@Name)[1]'', ''VARCHAR(250)'')  
           ,DataSourceName    = x.value
    (''(Query/DataSourceName)[1]'',''VARCHAR(250)'') 
           ,CommandText        = x.value
    (''(Query/CommandText)[1]'',''VARCHAR(250)'') 
           ,Fields            = df.value(''(@Name)[1]'',''VARCHAR(250)'') 
           ,DataField        = df.value(''(DataField)[1]'',''VARCHAR(250)'') 
           ,DataType        = df.value(''(rd:TypeName)[1]'',''VARCHAR(250)'') 
      FROM (  SELECT C.Name,CONVERT
    (XML,CONVERT(VARBINARY(MAX),C.Content)) AS reportXML 
               FROM  ReportServer.dbo.Catalog C 
              WHERE  C.Content is not null 
                AND  C.Type = 2 
                AND  C.Name = ''' 
        + @ReportName + 
        ''' 
           ) a 
      CROSS APPLY reportXML.nodes(''/Report/DataSets/DataSet'') r ( x ) 
      CROSS APPLY x.nodes(''Fields/Field'') f(df)  
    ORDER BY name '
    
    EXEC (@SQL)
    
    SELECT Reportname = c.NAME
        ,SubscriptionDesc = su.Description
        ,Subscriptiontype = su.EventType
        ,su.LastStatus
        ,su.LastRunTime
        ,Schedulename = sch.NAME
        ,ScheduleType = sch.EventType
        ,ScheduleFrequency = CASE sch.RecurrenceType
            WHEN 1
                THEN 'Once'
            WHEN 2
                THEN 'Hourly'
            WHEN 4
                THEN 'Daily/Weekly'
            WHEN 5
                THEN 'Monthly'
            END
        ,su.Parameters
    FROM Reportserver.dbo.Subscriptions su
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.CATALOG c ON su.Report_OID = c.ItemID
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.ReportSchedule rsc ON rsc.ReportID = c.
        ItemID
        AND rsc.SubscriptionID = su.SubscriptionID
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.Schedule Sch ON rsc.ScheduleID = sch.
        ScheduleID
    WHERE c.NAME = @ReportName
    
    SELECT C.NAME
        ,H.SnapshotDate
        ,S.Description
        ,ScheduleForSnapshot = ISNULL(Sc.NAME, 
            'No Schedule available for Snapshot')
        ,ScheduleType = sc.EventType
        ,ScheduleFrequency = CASE sc.RecurrenceType
            WHEN 1
                THEN 'Once'
            WHEN 2
                THEN 'Hourly'
            WHEN 4
                THEN 'Daily/Weekly'
            WHEN 5
                THEN 'Monthly'
            END
        ,sc.LastRunTime
        ,sc.LastRunStatus
        ,ScheduleNextRuntime = SC.NextRunTime
        ,S.EffectiveParams
        ,S.QueryParams
    FROM Reportserver.dbo.History H
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.SnapshotData S ON H.SnapshotDataID = S.
        SnapshotDataID
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.CATALOG c ON C.ItemID = H.ReportID
    LEFT JOIN Reportserver.dbo.ReportSchedule Rs ON RS.ReportID = H.
        ReportID
        AND RS.ReportAction = 2
    LEFT JOIN Reportserver.dbo.Schedule Sc ON Sc.ScheduleID = rs.
        ScheduleID
    WHERE C.NAME = @ReportName
    
    SELECT C.NAME
        ,U.UserName
        ,R.RoleName
        ,R.Description
        ,U.AuthType
    FROM Reportserver.dbo.Users U
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.PolicyUserRole PUR ON U.UserID = PUR.UserID
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.Policies P ON P.PolicyID = PUR.PolicyID
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.Roles R ON R.RoleID = PUR.RoleID
    JOIN Reportserver.dbo.CATALOG c ON C.PolicyID = P.PolicyID
    WHERE c.NAME = @ReportName
    ORDER BY U.UserName
    
    IF @ShowExecutionLog = 1
        SELECT C.NAME
            ,CASE E.Requesttype
                WHEN 1
                    THEN 'Subscription'
                WHEN 0
                    THEN 'Report Launch'
                ELSE ''
                END
            ,E.TimeStart
            ,E.TimeProcessing
            ,E.TimeRendering
            ,E.TimeEnd
            ,E.STATUS
            ,E.InstanceName
            ,E.UserName
        FROM Reportserver.dbo.ExecutionLog E
        JOIN Reportserver.dbo.CATALOG C ON E.ReportID = C.ItemID
        WHERE C.NAME = @ReportName
        ORDER BY E.TimeStart DESC
    GO
    

    SQL Script Output Screenshot

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    User Level to execute

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