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Maybe you should install SQL Search I think you will find it as a 'Table-valued function' (a function that returns a table )


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=IIF(Isnothing(Fields!Type.Value),True,False)


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Report Server executes the query and stores a copy of it within its cache. This is outside of the SQL Server process and so you will need to account for it when architecting your installation. Generally, the biggest winner I have noticed when I have done installations myself is the number of CPU's. RAM helps of course, but I have found additional CPU's to ...


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We have SSRS running on the default port 80. In our environment we have 80 servers, 3 of which are SSRS. I first started by registering the WinRM HTTP SPN with the 5985 and 5986 ports. setspn -s HTTP/ServerName:4985 setspn -s HTTP/ServerName:4986 setspn -s HTTP/ServerName.DomainName:4985 setspn -s HTTP/ServerName.DomainName:4986 I was then able to get ...


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Just to provide a follow-up to this in case anyone is looking to do the same thing. We've been running SSRS 2014 with the database residing on a separate SQL 2017 instance for over three weeks now without any adverse effects. Do bear in mind that as HandyD has stated above, this is not explicitly supported and we're running it in a non-production ...


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