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Can you do the calculations in the dataset the report uses? May have an easier time doing that then building the expression needed to calculate the column for SSRS


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Write your own job that clears out the entries (and its own!) every couple of minutes. You do have the ability to clear out history details by simply issuing: DELETE msdb.dbo.sysjobhistory WHERE run_status = 1 AND job_id = 'guid';


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When you install SSRS 2012 in SharePoint Integrated Mode it does not install an instance of SSRS on the server like it would if you installed it normally. So you have to configure it via the SharePoint interface. This is the reason you did not see Reporting Services running on the server.


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The three of them are available with SharePoint standard. Just need to activate the content types (after a restart of SP services).



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