SQL SERVER DBA, Linux and Azure

Retrieve SSRS report schedule info through SQL

 --Retrieve SSRS report schedule info through SQL

Grabs information about what reports in SSRS are scheduled, when are they due to be sent out, 

report parameters and any errors in the last run etc.

Please note that the XPath on the [Parameters] column varies based on what parameters are setup in your own report. 

Please adjust them for your own purpose. Also the 'Prompt' value for a parameter is not stored, so you might have to 

join back to the relevant table for a friendly name.

Also there is additional info in the [ExtensionSetting].

=============================================================

  SELECT

[Locale],

[InactiveFlags],

'Next Run Date' = CASE next_run_date

WHEN 0 THEN null

ELSE

substring(convert(varchar(15),next_run_date),1,4) + '/' +

substring(convert(varchar(15),next_run_date),5,2) + '/' +

substring(convert(varchar(15),next_run_date),7,2)

END,

'Next Run Time' = isnull(CASE len(next_run_time)

WHEN 3 THEN cast('00:0'

+ Left(right(next_run_time,3),1)

+':' + right(next_run_time,2) as char (8))

WHEN 4 THEN cast('00:'

+ Left(right(next_run_time,4),2)

+':' + right(next_run_time,2) as char (8))

WHEN 5 THEN cast('0' + Left(right(next_run_time,5),1)

+':' + Left(right(next_run_time,4),2)

+':' + right(next_run_time,2) as char (8))

WHEN 6 THEN cast(Left(right(next_run_time,6),2)

+':' + Left(right(next_run_time,4),2)

+':' + right(next_run_time,2) as char (8))

END,'NA'),

Convert(XML,[ExtensionSettings]).value('(//ParameterValue/Value[../Name="TO"])[1]','nvarchar(50)') as [To]

,Convert(XML,[ExtensionSettings]).value('(//ParameterValue/Value[../Name="RenderFormat"])[1]','nvarchar(50)') as [Render Format]

,Convert(XML,[ExtensionSettings]).value('(//ParameterValue/Value[../Name="Subject"])[1]','nvarchar(50)') as [Subject]

        ---Example report parameters: StartDateMacro, EndDateMacro & Currency.

,Convert(XML,[Parameters]).value('(//ParameterValue/Value[../Name="StartDateMacro"])[1]','nvarchar(50)') as [Start Date]

,Convert(XML,[Parameters]).value('(//ParameterValue/Value[../Name="EndDateMacro"])[1]','nvarchar(50)') as [End Date]

,Convert(XML,[Parameters]).value('(//ParameterValue/Value[../Name="Currency"])[1]','nvarchar(50)') as [Currency]

,[ModifiedDate]

,S.[Description]

,[LastStatus]

,[EventType]

,[LastRunTime]

,[DeliveryExtension]

,[Version]

FROM [ReportServer$LIVE].[dbo].[Subscriptions] S

INNER JOIN ReportServer$LIVE.dbo.ReportSchedule R ON S.SubscriptionID = R.SubscriptionID

INNER JOIN msdb.dbo.sysjobs J ON Convert(nvarchar(128),R.ScheduleID) = J.name

INNER JOIN msdb.dbo.sysjobschedules JS ON J.job_id = JS.job_id


TempDB-Move TempDB Script in SQL Server

Hi All,

Please find the below mentioned script to generate the Move tempdb script in SQL Server 

 --Move_tempdb.sql

/*

Author: Brent Ozar

Original link: https://www.brentozar.com/archive/2017/11/move-tempdb-another-drive-folder/

*/

USE MASTER

GO

SELECT 'ALTER DATABASE tempdb MODIFY FILE (NAME = [' + f.name + '],'

    + ' FILENAME = ''Z:\MSSQL\DATA\' + f.name

    + CASE WHEN f.type = 1 THEN '.ldf' ELSE '.mdf' END

    + ''');'

FROM sys.master_files f

WHERE f.database_id = DB_ID(N'tempdb');


Notification --Email SP Results in SQL Server

 --Notification --Email SP Results

--https://www.sqlservercentral.com/scripts/email-sp-results

This piece of code will allow you to add a stored procedure name as a parameter, and will then take the output results of the procedure and email it to an address of your choosing, automatically formatting the results into an HTML table embedded in the email for clear and easy reading, or alternatively as an attachment.


Regretfully, there are a few limitations which I will eventually get around to fixing when I am interested in this again, namely:


Uses a static 100 length on the output columns instead of dynamically applying a length by referencing the source data

Cannot use procedures that have a blank column aliased ie.SELECT  ' ' as Store FROM table.

Requires Ad Hoc Distributed Queries server setting to be enabled.

Change cursors into tally or alternate loop

Customization of colours, table length, font etc.

It is executed as follows:


EXEC DBAdmin.[dbo].[dba_EmailProcResults] @vcProcName='sp_lock'


,@vcDatabaseName='master'


, @vcRecipients='<UrEmailHere>'


, @vcDynamicSubject = 'Log Backup Check'

=============================================================

 USE [tempdb]

GO

CREATE PROC [dbo].[dba_EmailProcResults]  --'dba_CheckLogbackups','DBAdmin', 'nicholaswilliams@', @vcDynamicSubject = 'Log Backup Check'

@vcProcName VARCHAR(1000)

,@vcDatabaseName VARCHAR(100)

,@vcRecipients VARCHAR(1000)

,@vcSchemaName VARCHAR(100) = NULL

,@bAttachQueryAsFile BIT = 0

,@vcDynamicSubject VARCHAR(100) = 'Query results'


AS

/*

sp_configure 'Show Advanced Options', 1

GO

RECONFIGURE

GO

sp_configure 'Ad Hoc Distributed Queries', 1

GO

RECONFIGURE

GO

*/

/*

Author: Nicholas Williams

Date: 20140519

Desc: Uses a proc as in input and email's the results.


Note: still plenty to update...

Procs cant reference non existant objects, even if logic would prevent them from being used ie. conditional if clause refering to non-existent table, as the remote call seems to force a parse on the query.

yet to make the table columns "smart" in terms of data lengths.

Requires Distributed Queries :/

add in a '?' reference help parameter

Cannot handle '' or blank string columns aliased as an actual column... need to fix.


@attach_query_result_as_file = 1,

    @query_attachment_filename='filename.csv',

*/

SET NOCOUNT ON

DECLARE

@vcServerName VARCHAR(100)

,@vcString VARCHAR(325)

,@vcColumnName VARCHAR(200)

,@nvcTable1 NVARCHAR(MAX)

,@nvcQuery NVARCHAR(MAX)

,@nvcBody NVARCHAR(MAX)

,@vcHeader VARCHAR(1000)

,@vcTrailer VARCHAR(1000)


DECLARE @MyTable TABLE

(

string NVARCHAR(MAX)

)


IF (@vcSchemaName) IS NULL

BEGIN

SET @vcSchemaName = 'dbo'

PRINT 'Warning: Schema name was null, setting it to dbo as a default.'

END


SET @vcServerName = 'Server='+(SELECT @@SERVERNAME)+';Trusted_Connection=yes;'

SELECT @vcString = 'EXEC ['+@vcDatabaseName+'].['+@vcSchemaName+'].'+(REPLACE(@vcProcName, '''',''''''))+''


EXEC ('

SELECT * INTO ##MyTempTable 

FROM OPENROWSET(''SQLNCLI'', '''+@vcServerName+''','''+@vcString+''')

')

IF (SELECT COUNT(1) FROM ##MyTempTable) >=1

BEGIN


IF @bAttachQueryAsFile <> 1

BEGIN

SET @vcHeader = '

<html><style>table{font-family:Arial;font-size:10;background=black;

color:Black;}html, body, title, 

head{font-family:Arial;font-size:10;background:white;color:Black;}th{font-family:Arial;font-size:15;background=orange;color:Black;}

{font-family:Arial;font-size:10;color:Black;background:White;align:left;valign:top;}</style><body><p><font face="Arial" size="2">Greetings,<br><br>Please see below.<br></font></p>'

SET @vcTrailer = '</body></html>'

--SELECT * FROM ##MyTempTable

SET @nvcTable1 = 

'<br>'+

'<table width=600 border=1 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=5>'+

'<tr style="background-color: White;">'

SET @nvcQuery = '

SELECT CAST((SELECT '

DECLARE column_cursor SCROLL CURSOR FOR

SELECT name FROM tempdb.sys.columns

WHERE object_id = 

(

SELECT id FROM tempdb.dbo.sysobjects

WHERE id = OBJECT_ID('tempdb..##MyTempTable')

)

/*

Need to put in a check to ensure that the result set is less than 4MB, so that it can be emailed.

*/

OPEN column_cursor

/*

Note: The odd use of the double fetch statement here is to force the force record of the fetch to be formatted differently, ie. no "," for the first record of the select.

hmm... now that I have changed how the select statement is used, i dont think i need it in the cursor anymore... change later.

*/

   FETCH FIRST FROM column_cursor

   INTO @vcColumnName


    SET @nvcQuery = ISNULL(@nvcQuery,'')+

'

['+@vcColumnName+'] AS ''td'','''''

SET @nvcTable1 = @nvcTable1 +

'<th width=100>'+@vcColumnName+'</th>'

   FETCH NEXT FROM column_cursor

   INTO @vcColumnName


WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0

BEGIN 

SET @nvcTable1 = @nvcTable1 +

'<th width=100>'+@vcColumnName+'</th>'


SET @nvcQuery = ISNULL(@nvcQuery,'')+

'

,['+@vcColumnName+'] AS ''td'','''''


   FETCH NEXT FROM column_cursor

   INTO @vcColumnName


END

SET @nvcTable1 = @nvcTable1 +

'</tr>'

SET @nvcQuery = @nvcQuery+ 

'

FROM ##MyTempTable

FOR XML PATH(''tr''), TYPE) AS NVARCHAR(MAX))'

SET @vcTrailer= '</table><br><br><font face="Arial" size="2"><p>Regards</p><font face="Arial" size="2"><p>UrCompanyName<br></font><font size="1">Microsoft SQL Sever<br><br>Sender info:<br>'+'User - '+SYSTEM_USER+'<br>'+'Procedure - '+@vcProcName+'<br>'+'Database - '+@vcDatabaseName+'<br>'+'Server - '+isnull(@@SERVERNAME,'')+'<br></font></p>'

CLOSE column_cursor

DEALLOCATE column_cursor


INSERT INTO @MyTable

EXEC (@nvcQuery)


SELECT @nvcQuery = String FROM @MyTable

SELECT @nvcBody = @vcHeader+@nvcTable1+@nvcQuery+@vcTrailer

--SELECT @nvcBody


EXEC msdb.dbo.sp_send_dbmail   

@recipients = @vcRecipients

,@subject = @vcDynamicSubject

,@body = @nvcBody

,@body_format = 'HTML'  


END

ELSE

BEGIN

EXEC msdb.dbo.sp_send_dbmail   

@recipients = @vcRecipients

,@subject = @vcDynamicSubject

,@body = 'Please View attached file for query results.'

,@body_format = 'Text' 

,@attach_query_result_as_file = 1

,@query_attachment_filename = 'QueryResults.xls'

,@query_result_separator = ' '

,@query_result_no_padding = 0

,@query = 'SET NOCOUNT ON SELECT * FROM ##MyTempTable SET NOCOUNT OFF'

END


END

DROP TABLE ##MyTempTable

SET NOCOUNT OFF


/*

set a variable for the table width and the column widths.

add to each length for table for each iteration of the cursor.

look at sys.columns table for data type of the columns to manage table size effectively.

-- td = tranDate,''''

*/

SET NOCOUNT OFF