How do I copy SSRS reports to a new server if I am not the. Name is RSScripter. Microsoft have a migration tool: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download. There are posts on the new site about the tool. Can someone please pass on a copy of RSScripter. You can download attachments.
SQL Server Reporting Services PowerShell utilities
This project contains PowerShell scripts that allows you to perform various operations with SQL Server Reporting Services. In order to use the scripts included in this project successfully, please download/clone the entire project as there are dependencies between the scripts.
All of our scripts were written with the assumption that you will be executing them against SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services default instance (i.e. mssqlserver). However, we understand this may not be the case for you. So for each script, you will see that we have provided a way for you to specify the name and/or version of your SQL Server Reporting Services instance name. Sometimes the version of your SQL Server instance is also required. If you do not provide one, we will assume that you want to execute this against the default instance.
Please ensure you're running PowerShell version 3.0+
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List of commands
The following is a list of commands which are available for you to use once you follow the steps in Installation
|This command backs up the encryption key used by SQL Server Reporting Services to protect sensitive content.
|Connects to Reporting Services and sets default connection information
|This command adds a retrieved subscription to an existing report. For use with Get-RsSubscription.
|This command exports a collection of subscriptions to an XML file on disk.
|This command lists all catalog items under a folder.
|This command lists information about data source located at the specified path.
|This command gets the item references of a report or a dataset.
|This command fetches embedded data sources associated to a report.
|This command retrieves access on catalog items for users or groups.
|This command fetches embedded data sources associated to a Paginated report or a Power BI report using the REST Endpoint.
|This command retrieves information about subscriptions for a report.
|This command grants access to SQL Server Reporting Services to users or groups. Alias: Grant-AccessToRs
|This script grants access to catalog items to users or groups. Alias: Grant-AccessOnCatalogItem
|This command imports a collection of subscriptions from an XML file on disk, typically created via Export-RsSubscriptionXml.
|This command initializes Report Server post installation. The database MUST be configured and URLs MUST be reserved prior to running this command.
|This command creates a new RSConfigurationSettingObject which is used to interact with the WMI Provider.
|This command creates/overwrites data source to the specified path.
|This command creates a new folder in the specified path.
|This command creates a CredentialsByUser object to be used by Set-RsRestItemDataSource command.
|This command creates a CredentialsInServer object to be used by Set-RsRestItemDataSource command.
|This command creates a new folder in the specified path using the REST Endpoint.
|This command creates a session object to be specified for all subsequent calls to the REST Endpoint.
|This command adds a new subscription to an existing report.
|This command creates an XML string definition of a subscription schedule. For use with the -Schedule parameter or New-RsSubscription.
|This command creates a new Web Service Proxy which is used to interact with the SOAP Endpoint.
|This command downloads a catalog item.
|This command all catalog items in folder.
|This command downloads all catalog items under a folder using the REST Endpoint.
|This command downloads a catalog item using the REST Endpoint.
|This command registers Power BI information with SQL Server Reporting Services. Alias: Register-RSPowerBI
|This command removes catalog item located at the specified path.
|This command removes catalog item located at the specified path using the REST Endpoint.
|This command removes folder located at the specified path using the REST Endpoint.
|This command removes a subscription associated with a report.
|This command restores encryption key on to the SQL Server Reporting Services.
|This command revokes access on catalog item from users or groups. Alias: Revoke-AccessOnCatalogItem
|This command revokes access on SQL Server Reporting Services from users or groups. Alias: Revoke-AccessToRs
|This command configures the database used by SQL Server Reporting Services.
|This command configures the credentials to use when connecting to the database used by SQL Server Reporting Services.
|This command links a report to a dataset. Alias: Set-RsDataSetReference
|This command updates information associated to a data source. Alias: Set-RsDataSourceReference
|This command sets the password associated with a data source.
|This command configures the SQL Server Reporting Services email settings to use basic authentication. Alias: Set-RsEmailSettingsAsBasicAuth, Set-RsEmailSettingsAsNoAuth, Set-RsEmailSettingsAsNTLMAuth
|This command updates embedded data source associated to a report.
|This command updates embedded data sources associated to a Paginated report or a Power BI Report using the REST endpoint.
|This command links a report or a dataset to a data source.
|This command configures the SQL Server Reporting Services URLs.
|This command configures the Power BI Report Server URLs.
|This command updates existing subscriptions piped from Get-RsSubscription
|This command uploads a report, a dataset or a data source using the SOAP Endpoint.
|This uploads all reports, datasets and data sources in a folder.
|This command uploads a report, a dataset or a mobile report using the REST Endpoint.
|This uploads all reports, datasets, data sources, mobile reports and Power BI reports in a folder using the REST Endpoint.
SQL Server Versions
Some of the commands listed above allow you to optionally specify the version of your SQL Server Reporting Services instance. The following is a list of versions associated to each SQL Server Reporting Services release.
|SQL Server Release
|SQL Server 2012
|SQL Server 2014
|SQL Server 2016
|SQL Server 2017
The motivation behind this project was to help users perform SQL Server Reporting Services operations via the command line.
All of the APIs used by this project are publicly available. There are 2 types of APIs used in this repository: SOAP and WMI. You can find more details about the SOAP API at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms154052.aspx and the WMI API at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms152836.aspx. In general, you will use SOAP API for operations you would perform using Report Server and Web Portal whereas you will use WMI API for operations you would perform using Reporting Services Configuration Manager.
Local testing and development
To verify the versions installed
After you clone the repo you can make local changes and install them in your local machine with
For debugging you can set the verbose logging with
$VerbosePreference = 'continue'
For running tests locally you need a local default instance of SQL Server Reporting Services and Pester
To install Pester execute
To excute the tests run (this will execute the CatalogItems test only which doesn't change the local Reporting Services Installation)
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For contributions please provide the minimun possible increment per Pull Request so it can reviewed and merged quickly.
Code of Conduct
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It would be nice if there were other mechanisms to get you the answers we need more timely, but this tool is used as is with little instruction. Best hope is for people that have used this be nice enough to provide input.
I've used this tool to migrate reports 2005 to 2012. It was a little frustrating at first because my subscriptions were not transferring. In reviewing the log file generated by this process I really paid attention to the errors. Although you'll not see 'your subscriptions didn't generate because', resolving those errors is key. You may still receive errors that the parameter is not supplied and for any .rdl error your subscription for that report more than likely won't generate.
Bottom line: after you select your options on the report tab, to include subscriptions and choose your location and script your objects; open the file and simply change the URL to point to your new server ..
In the folder(s) that contain you actual .rdl and .rss, you'll need to open all .rss file and provide passwords for those that have passwords required for them. In my case we used dynamic connections which required passwords for each .rdl file.
Very important: Open your Data Sources folder and for each .rss file open and provide the passwords for your connections. This will allow your subscriptions to generate. This took me a while to catch.