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Set SSRS to Run By the Hour

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I want to set up SSRS to run between the hours of 8am to 5pm on week days.

I only see hourly with a starting time but no ending.

Is it possible?

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Question by:jaymz69
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I would suggest you create a subscription to run everyday at 8 AM and then you can define another SQL job to run this subscription every hour from 9am-5pm

you can use the below SQL to find the JobId created by the SSRS subscription and use it in the SQL job to run the Subscription

SELECT R.ScheduleID as JobName,S.Description,S.LastStatus,S.LastRunTime FROM dbo.Subscriptions S
INNER JOIN dbo.ReportSchedule R
ON S.SubscriptionID = R.SubscriptionID and S.Description Like '%XXXX%';


Use this Code in the SQL Job and schedule it to run every hour

USE msdb ;
GO

EXEC dbo.sp_start_job N'SSRS Subscription Job Id' ;
GO
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by:jaymz69
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We went to SQL Server Agent
   - Jobs
   - Find the job and click properties
   - Select Schedules
   - Edit
   - There are all the properties I need to change
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You can always do that but Its not advisable to change the properties of a job Scheduled using SSRS
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why is that? I am new to SQl Server

That properites has what I need in it to control the 8 - 5 on the hour report running.
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Well, i do not have detailed explanation

but when you actually open up a job created by SSRS ..you can see the message that says as below
"This job is owned by a report server process. Modifying this job could result in database incompatibilities. Use Report Manager or Management Studio to update this job."

and also i remember reading an article about the same issue way back.. you might have to google if you want more explanation.
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