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#SharePoint Integration Mode and no Data Driven Subscriptions #SP2013 #SP2010 #SSRS

Just come back after the New Year and was posed with an interesting problem.

SharePoint 2010, SSRS in integration mode but under the manage subscriptions link within a report, the Add Data Driven Subscription button was missing from the screen.


So after some googling / binging around, I found that the answer was because we were using SQL Server 2008 Standard and Data Driver Subscriptions require the Enterprise version of SQL Server.

Anyway, just a quick post in case I forget in future.  Useful links below:

Although in this scenario I am talking about SQL Server 2008, the same is true of SQL Server 2008 R2.  In SQL Server 2012, Enterprise or Business Intelligence editions are required:


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