MSSQL Server Reporting Services : Black Belt Administration: Execution Log Performance and Audit Reports - Page 7
February 22, 2005
The project file opens. Let's make a quick clone of the report file we want to modify, so as to keep the other samples intact for now. (I like to keep a "pristine set" around for just such situations as this).
8. In the Solution Explorer, right-click the Reports folder.
9. Select Add --> Add Existing Item from the cascading menus, as depicted in Illustration 20.
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The Add Existing Items dialog appears.
10. Navigate to the RS014 folder.
11. Right-click the todays reports.rdl file, within the RS014 folder.
12. Select Copy from the context menu that appears, as shown in Illustration 21.
13. Right-click in the white space to the right of the files in the same dialog.
14. Select Paste from the context menu that appears, as depicted in Illustration 22.
A report titled Copy of todays reports.rdl appears in the folder.
15. Right-click in the Copy of todays reports.rdl file.
16. Select Rename from the context menu that appears, as shown in Illustration 23.
17. Type the following into the write-enabled file title:
18. Click outside the title to accept the modification / close the Edit capability.
The renamed report file clone, Custom_Todays_Reports.rdl, appears in the Add Existing Item Dialog, as depicted in Illustration 24.
19. Double-click Custom_Todays_Reports.rdl to select and add it to the project.
The report file appears in the Solution Explorer, as shown in Illustration 25.
20. Double-click Custom_Todays_Reports.rdl in the Solution Explorer to open it in Layout view.
The report file opens, and appears on the Layout tab, as depicted in Illustration 26.