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How can I get my subscription reports in reporting services 2000 to run again after sudeenly stopping?

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Hi,

I have many reports setup on subsciptions and they haven't been running in the last 2 days. I logged on the server and found out the disk space was very low so the server guys cleaned up some extra room. However, they still don't work. i tried a test run but nothing happened.

Any idea what needs to be done here or where I can check to see if a problem exists?

Thanks,
Rhonda
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They expire after 14 days so you should still be good. Make sure the log reader job and distribution jobs are started (SQL agent). Have a look in the replication monitor for errors.
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I have had this problem once before myself.  take a look at this:
http://blogs.msdn.com/psssql/archive/2009/02/02/why-aren-t-my-subscriptions-working.aspx
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