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How do I set a SSRS 2005 report to run automatically?

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How do I set a SSRS 2005 report to run automatically?

The report accepts multiple parameters but I need the report to be run with only a specific parameter and to be run and emailed to someone.
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by:Jim Horn
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Define 'automatically'.  The Force?  Continuously or on a schedule?
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by:Sanjeet
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I would like a report to be scheduled at 5am Wednesday weekly and the results sent to 1 or 2 people.
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In SSRS that would be a data-driven subscription.  

I don't have a script handy on how to pull that off, and I don't want to do a Google search and type the results here as you can do that as well, so I'll back out of this question so that other experts can reply.
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