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As I wrote in my previous blog post First report and report after specific time interval starts a long time on MS SQL Reporting Servicesa first report after specific time takes very long to start.
After the application domain is restarted, then upon first request to the SSRS it needs to load all the settings and it takes quite a long time. There is no real solving to the issue except increasing the interval between the application domain restarts from default minutes to other value which meets your business needs more closer.
However even after increasing the value, then after the period is reached, the application domain is restarted and again the first request will take a long time. It could be ideal to optimize the interval so the app domain restart is done out of business hours.
Here is a possible workaround solution. It rests on the scheduler and execution of a PowerShell script, which stops and starts the SSRS service which has the same effect as the application domain restart and after the restart it makes a request to the report manager URL which forces the reporting services to load all the configurations etc.
Then all the subsequent request to SSRS are immediate.
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So if we set the RecycleTime in the rsreportserver. For details about modifying the RecycleTime take a look on my previous post mentioned above. So here is the PowerShell script: Then an webClient object is created which is used to fetch the Report Manager page which causes the reporting services to load all the settings.
Important is to make a request to initialize the reporting services and it will take a longer time like the first report start. It is also important to get the DefaultNetworkCredentials of the user account under which the script will be executed.
It is necessary to assign those credentials to the web client so it can authenticate to the reporting services. Also it is important to mention that it is necessary to execute the script with elevated administrative privileges to be able to stop and start the service.
You can create a scheduled task using the Scheduled Tasks GUI or execute a below command to create the scheduled task from within a command prompt.
The command prompt needs to be running with elevated administrative privileges. The task will be executed daily at As mentioned in the beginning, it is not real solution to the problem with recycled application domains, however it provides an acceptable work around and you will have every day reporting services ready and available without any delays.Industry News In "Through A Knothole" Below are headlines of recent articles in the "Through A Knothole" section of our full page newsletter, featuring articles of interest to the industry, including production/price trends, market analysis, trade issues, timber supplies, and much more.
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