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Introductie van Micorosoft SQL Server 2016

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156 C H A P T E R 7 | Better reporting Subscription owner change By default, the user credentials are set as the owner of a subscription when a new subscription is created and cannot be changed during subscription creation. In prior versions of Reporting Services, a change of owner was possible only programmatically. Now you can edit a subscription in the web portal to change its owner. This feature is particularly helpful when users change roles in an organization. Both the current owner and the report server administrator have permissions to change the owner when editing the subscription in the web portal. Note This feature is available in both native and SharePoint-integrated modes. Interface support for changing subscription status In previous versions of Reporting Services, you can pause and resume a schedule to control when related subscriptions are active. Now there are an Enable and a Disable button in the web portal toolbar when you view subscriptions for an individual report or view the My Subscriptions page. This capability allows you more fine-grained control over the execution of specific subscriptions. When you disable a subscription, the Status column value changes to Disabled, as shown in Figure 7-36. Figure 7-36: My Subscriptions page in the web portal displaying a disabled report. Note This feature is available in both native and SharePoint-integrated modes. File share credentials Rather than instructing users how to define credentials required to save a subscription to a file share, report server administrators can configure the report server to use a single domain user account that users can select when defining a file share subscription. To do this, open Reporting Services Configuration Manager and access the new Subscription Settings page. You enable this feature by selecting the Specify A File Share check box and adding a domain user account and password, as shown in Figure 7-37.

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