Report Server Item Properties
Item properties are properties that are specific to items in the report server database. Such items include reports, linked reports, folders, resources, models, and data sources.
The following item property names are reserved. You cannot create user-defined properties of the same name. You can read or modify many of these properties using the Report Server Web service methods.
The following properties apply to all items in the report server database.
The name of the user who originally added the item to the report server database.
The date and time the item was added to the report server database.
The description of the item.
A value that indicates whether the item is visible and available to users.
The ID of an item in the report server database.
The name of the user who last modified the item in the report server database.
The date and time the user last modified the item.
The name of an item in the report server database.
The full path name of the item. The path of any item in the report server database has a maximum character length of 260.
The size, in bytes, of an item in the report server database.
The type of an item in the report server database.
The virtual path to an item in the report server database. The value of the VirtualPath property is the path under which a user expects to see the item. For example, a report called report1, which is located in the user's personal My Reports folder, has a virtual path of /My Reports. The actual path of the item is /Users/username/My Reports.
In addition to the item properties listed previously, the following property applies to folders in the report server database.
A value returned by the GetProperties method for folders that are reserved by the report server. Reserved folders include Users, My Reports, and /. Reserved folders cannot be modified or removed.
In addition to the item properties listed previously, the following properties apply to reports in the report server database.
The language used in a report. The value is a language code defined in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) RFC1766 specification. The first part is a two-character designation of the basic language. The second part is separated by a hyphen and designates the variation or dialect of the language. If a value is not specified in the Style element associated with the Body element in the report definition, the default value is the language of the report server.
The time-out, in seconds, for an individual report. If this value is set, the report server attempts to stop the processing of a report when the specified time has elapsed. Valid values are -1 through 2,147,483,647. If the value is -1, the report does not time out during processing. If the value is null, the value of the system property ReportProcessingTimeout is used for the report processing time-out. The default value is null. For more information, see Report Server System Properties.
The date and time at which a report snapshot was last created for a report.
A value that indicates whether a report can be run unattended on a schedule. If this property is set to true, default values for report parameters are defined and data source credentials are stored with the report, or credential retrieval option is set to None. If this property is set to false, the prerequisites for running a report unattended are not met. Please see Configuring the Unattended Execution Account for more information.
A value that indicates whether the report has valid default values set for all report parameters. The value is also true if a report does not have report parameters. If this property set to false, one or more report parameters do not have a valid default value.
A value that indicates that the credential retrieval option set for all data sources associated with the report is either None or Store. If this property is set to false, a credential retrieval option set for one of the data sources associated with the report is either Integrated or Prompt.
A value that indicates whether the report is a snapshot.
A value that indicates whether the data sources of a report are configured to support scheduled execution. If this property is set to false, users cannot subscribe to the report.