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I have an existing sql server database in 2008.  I now have a new database in 2012.  All of my reports have been uploaded to the 2012 server as some of them needed tinkering during the move.  The names of the reports have not changed.  

Several of the reports have subscriptions.  I would like to somehow copy these subscriptions from 2008 as there are way too many to begin redoing.

How can I do this?
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I got this to work.  My subscriptions are being generated perfectly but my subscription ower id's are not getting generated.  any idea on how to do this?
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