All features work on a single subscription, multiple subscriptions on the same report or multiple subscriptions on multiple reports. Why do anything one by one, when you can do them all? Nothing gets missed either.
Search: Find items by the delivery extension- option for search are begins with, ends with contains and exact match.
Replace: Add, delete or overwrite items found.
So, for example, a user changes email name, you may now search the old name, get all subscriptions, to the old name and overwrite, similarly, a leaver can easily be deleted, it is just as fast to add a new user. This fantastic facility of course works on any configuration parameters, so Excel to PDF or Word is just as simple, and quick.
Schedule time change: You can change the time and frequency of the subscription. Because you will also have complete visibility of your schedules, you might want to offset times for bulk changes to reduce load on your server.
Migrate subscriptions to new report on same or different SSRS server in bulk. Select, click, let the tool do the work while you do something else.
Display your subscriptions in a grid. Hugely scalable, you can view 1000's subscriptions all at once. For the first time you can see all subscriptions and their schedules. Of course, you will then want to sort, group and filter within the grid, so you can- hierarchical groups, using any of the parameters; you simply point, click and the job is done.
Description change: Rename in bulk, Add parameters to description name, Edit description directly in the grid
Owner change: with SSRS 2008r2 and later.
Rerun subscriptions. It happens, Subscriptions fail--maybe because of an outage, but now you can simply re-run without the drama.
Kill long running jobs. Now as simple as point click. As you were.
Of course all of this works with data driven as well as non data-driven.
Backward compatibility: Fully functional between different versions of SSRS.
A days work done in less than 10 minutes.
||Free to try
Windows Server 2008,
||.Net Framework 4