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SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints by Mickey Stuewe, Marlon Ribunal

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Utilizing the SSRS execution logs

The ExecutionLogStorage table in the ReportServer database contains a wealth of information to help manage reports. This table contains who, what, when, and how long a report was used. Even reports that were used in subscriptions are listed in this table, along with failed reports.

The ExecutionLogStorage table contains only 60 days' worth of data. This is not enough to determine trends of report use. There may be end of quarter reports that are heavily used only a couple of days a quarter.

There are two approaches for increasing how many days of data are stored in this table. One is to increase the setting for how many days are maintained in the ExecutionLogStorage table. If this technique is used, then make sure ...

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