Posts Tagged ‘Report’

To create auto file exports for SSRS reports through subscriptions

Friday, May 15th, 2015

This guide assumes the following:

You have knowledge of SSRS and reports management

You have the appropriate access

You have already created and tested your report(s)

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Scheduling Custom SSRS reports in ProLaw / SQL Express

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

If you firm is running ProLaw XII you have an instance setup of SSRS that allows for extremely customizable reports either from your own datasource, or using the ProLaw database.  These SSRS reports support subscriptions so they can automatically be emailed to you as well.  If you are running SQL Express however, it does NOT support emailed reports.  A full version of SQL would need to be purchased.  If you are not sure what type of SQL licensing your firm has, when you try to subscribe to a report, it will tell you your version does not support this.   However, if you have ProLaw XII, there is a way around that!

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Creating Default Report/Statement headers and footers in ProLaw 12

Monday, April 30th, 2012

ProLaw 12 does not include any header or footer information on any of the reports or statements by default.  This can be confusing when printing reports or statementsas they are often lengthy and easy to misplace pages.  If you print multiple reports, as most people will before going to the printer, its difficult to tell where one ends and where one begins.  Luckily, ProLaw has made it simple to apply a default header and footer.  This also helps if the firm letterhead changes for statements, you will only need to edit it in one place and then apply to all the statements.

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