Reports Usage in SSRS

We are using SSRS for all of our reports and we have a dedicated SQL Server just for this purpose. We wanted to see how many reports are being used on a consistent manner so that we can fine tune those reports for performance. Sometime back Ron wrote a simple query that would do this trick. Just found it in my archives and thought of sharing it with you.


SELECT
 c.[name],
 COUNT(*)
FROM
 dbo.ExecutionLog el inner join dbo.Catalog c on
 el.reportid = c.itemid
WHERE
 el.timestart between '20090901' and '20091231'
GROUP BY
 c.[name]

Hope this helps.

Happy Programming!!!

Cheers,

Raja

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