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How to view all report schedules in MS SQL 2005 Reporting Service

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Hello,

Is there a way to view all report schedules at a glance in MS SQL 2005 Reporting Service?

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Select distinct c.ItemID , c.Name AS TheReport , Schedule.* From
      dbo.ReportSchedule Inner Join dbo.Schedule
      ON dbo.ReportSchedule.ScheduleID = dbo.Schedule.ScheduleID
      Inner Join [Catalog] c
      ON dbo.ReportSchedule.ReportID= c.ItemID
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Thank you. Your script will work.
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