IT Analytics offers customers unparalleled flexibility in the way they visualize, analyze, and consume their business critical data. In addition to providing users a valuable and comprehensive reporting solution out of the box, IT Analytics’ flexible architecture and use of standard technologies gives users several options for report consumption. This article outlines creating report subscriptions using SQL Reporting Services so that reports can be delivered via e-mail to specific users on a set schedule.
NOTE: This article assumes IT Analytics is already installed and configured, and that you have the proper rights to SQL Reporting Services.
In this section, we will modify the subscription previously created to send an email instead of posting to a UNC share. In order to use this functionality, SQL Reporting Services must have properly configured E-Mail settings.
Since i used DLP, i used the Oracle DB.
Note: Depending on how you configured SQL Reporting services, your URL may be different. In my case, the SQL Reporting instance name is part of the url so it looks more like this:
Also, if you can't figure out why the subscription options are missing, ensure you are on the right URL. The above "Report Manager" UI is completelty different from the Report Server UI which has a URL like this:
I didn't realize the difference right away and it caused me some confusion.
This article shows an example of using IT Analytics with Microsoft Reporting Services to send out a dashboard report. If you have any of the following Symantec products, then you have access to IT Analytics out-of-the-box:
For more information on implementing IT Analytics, simply search for articles under my username and you'll find a ton of content.
Hope that helps.
sorry, what product are you using on this?
i might get idea on this.
coz i need Regarding the “Dashboard scheduled report”
to send out the graph to the specific user.