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Show all SSRS reports and their subscriptions

This is a very handy script to give you a quick overview of the report subscriptions you have on your Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services server. It works on SSRS 2005 to 2012.

-- Show reports and their subscriptions
USE ReportServer;

SELECT CASE
              WHEN (SubString(c.[Path], 1, Len(c.[Path]) - (CharIndex('/', Reverse(c.[Path])) - 1))) = ''
                     THEN '<root folder>'
              ELSE SubString(c.[Path], 1, Len(c.[Path]) - (CharIndex('/', Reverse(c.[Path])) - 1))
              END AS Folder
       ,C.Name
       ,s.Description
       ,s.LastRunTime
       ,REPLACE(REPLACE(CAST(CAST(extensionsettings AS XML).query('/ParameterValues/ParameterValue/Value[../Name = ''TO'']') AS VARCHAR(MAX)), '</Value>', ''), '<Value>', '') AS 'To:'
       ,REPLACE(REPLACE(CAST(CAST(extensionsettings AS XML).query('/ParameterValues/ParameterValue/Value[../Name = ''CC'']') AS VARCHAR(MAX)), '</Value>', ''), '<Value>', '') AS 'CC:'
       ,REPLACE(REPLACE(CAST(CAST(extensionsettings AS XML).query('/ParameterValues/ParameterValue/Value[../Name = ''BCC'']') AS VARCHAR(MAX)), '</Value>', ''), '<Value>', '') AS 'BCC:'
       ,u.UserName AS ScheduleOwner
FROM dbo.subscriptions s
INNER JOIN dbo.CATALOG AS C
       ON C.itemid = s.report_oid
INNER JOIN dbo.CATALOG AS C1
       ON C.ParentID = C1.itemid
LEFT JOIN dbo.Users u
       ON u.UserID = s.OwnerID
ORDER BY C.NAME
         ,s.LastRunTime

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