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How to list all the databases/Schema/tablenames used in SSRS Reprts' datasets.

How to list all the databases/Schema/tablenames used in SSRS Reprts' datasets.

How to list all the databases/Schema/tablenames used in SSRS Reprts' datasets.

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Hi All,


I was able to query all the reports and associated datasource and datasets and or command text even the fields. But is there any way i can get list of databases/Schema/tablenames used in SSRS Reprts' datasets using script. OR is there any third party tool to do this

Thanks

RE: How to list all the databases/Schema/tablenames used in SSRS Reprts' datasets.

Fave you tried something like this?

CODE

select * from sys.databases
Select * From sys.tables
Select * From sys.Schemas 

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RE: How to list all the databases/Schema/tablenames used in SSRS Reprts' datasets.

Did you mean that you need a list of the tables that are actually used as part of the datasets that make up the current reports that you have created?

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