Posts Tagged ‘ssrs’

Migrate Prolaw SSRS to a New Server

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

This guide is migrate a Prolaw SSRS instance from one server to another.  This guide does not cover migrating Prolaw from one server to another, and many steps assume that this has already been done.  This guide is aimed at a firm that has many customizations to their built-in reports, or has many custom reports in Prolaw.  If you are simply using the default reports, there is no real need to move the whole SSRS instance, since the ReportInstaller.exe can easily redeploy the reports to the new server for you in their default setting.

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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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SQL tip for ProLaw Queries: LEN and DATALENGTH on different data types

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

When queryuing various information from ProLaw through reports or the SQL Management Studio, its important to know which fields are TEXT, VARCHAR, or other forms of strings as the functions used to call the data can vary.

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