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Running a report for mulitple clients

Running a report for mulitple clients

Running a report for mulitple clients

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Using SQL Server 2008 SP2, SSRS 2008 SP2

I have a working report with multiple tables, charts, etc.
The end result is exactly what it should be....for a single client. We have almost 100 clients and growing, so I need to run this report for each client.

I don't want to run one at time, nor is it practical to set up a subscription for each client. Just the maintianence would be a nightmare.

There must be way to run this report for each client in some kind of automated way.
I've looked at running them via a command prompt, but have not been able to get that to run.  

Is there a way to create a SQL command that would pull in all the client id's and call the report once for each client?

Any guidance or assistance would be appreciated.
sam

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