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How to create a Resource Manager summary database using SQL 2012

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How to create a Resource Manager summary database using SQL 2012.
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Trying to create a scheduled monitoring with Xenapp and need to connect to a Sql Database that is a Resource Manager summary database.
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Do you have the option to tell it you want to create a new database? Unless you're connecting to a data store of some kind that already exists, it should be able to create a new database to store information in.

I'm unclear on where you're stuck - are you getting an error, or you're just not sure what next steps are? Why don't you list what you've tried or steps you've taken, and we can help you with resolving what's next.
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Ok.

I am trying to setup reports on my XenApp server. It requires SQL server. If I do a single report it works, but a report that's going to be ran on a schedule it requires for it to be a resource manager summary databas. When I create the report and follow the wizard on the XenApp server, when I select the database that I created for it on the SQL server it gives me the error that te database is not a summary database. So I'm thinking that I need to create a databas that's compatible. Does this help?
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