How to schedule a report for multiple delivery(e-mail) with different parametes in SSRS 2008.

Posted on 2011-03-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
       I am using a single Stored Procedure and by specifying different parametes,sending different results as e-mail to different people.Report format and the stored procedure is same,
only data defers according to the parameters.How can i schedule this in SSRS,without copying the same report.
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ID: 35135426
In reporting services site you should be having a tab for for Subscriptions. Here you can automate for emailing the report or to schedule it for multiple recipient.

For setting up the email configuring on  Report Server, please find the link from MSDN site:

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ID: 35136212
   Thanks you for your comment.But the problem i am facing is different.I have a report with a Stored procedure as its dataset and i have scheduled the report as e-mail to users using subscription in SSRS.I have to send the same report with the same sp but parameters of the sp are different.(This means everything is same only the data is differnt)Report format and everything remains the same.

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ID: 35138170
ok only thing what I understood is to send the same report by executing the procedure with different parameter and sending them to others...

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Author Comment

ID: 35144806
 Yes.You are absolutely right.

Accepted Solution

swadhinray earned 500 total points
ID: 35145780
the best way is to do like  add your email list inside your DB.
Add another parameter for email too.
Assume that you have 4 parameter and that can vary according to the person to whom you need to send.

So add a if condition that check all the 4 param value then based on that send the report with one scheduler where you dont have to choose the email address or put any email address.

Which send to one recipient based on specific parameters.

Else create another procedure with param specific where you ca schedule it to some email address and the existing one will remain to whom it was sending to.


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