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    • Reporting Services Migration Tool

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        • The tool comes in two flavors

          1. Command-line tool (RSMigrationTool.exe):
            RSMigrationTool.exe [-n <native_report_server_url>] -i <native_report_server_instance> [-h] -f <migration_metadata_files_folder> [-p <password>]
              -n Native report server url (e.g. http://<server>/reportserver). Optional if native instance name is specified. You should specify this option if WMI does not return the correct url.
              -i Name of the native report server instance. Migration tool will use WMI to connect to the remote instance. If the connection cannot be made, native report server url must be specified, and passwords and history snapshots will not be backed up.
              -h Report history will be exported. Please note that migrating report history requires direct modification to data in report server catalog and is not publicly supported. Backing up the catalog before migration and verifying correctness of the reports after migration are strongly recommended.
              -f A folder where the files are to be stored. The folder will be created if it doesn't exist.
              -p Password that will be used to encrypt password in data source and subscription definitions. If this option is not specified, passwords will not be backed up.

          2. GUI tool (RSMigrationUI.exe):
            You can either type in the parameters in the textboxes, or define your input in an xml file and click "Load Configuration". A sample configuration xml file is provided (MigrationSettingsSample.xml).

          3. Either tool will generate a PowerShell script (Migration.ps1) and a set of files that represents a backup of your server.   Usage of the restore script Migration.ps1:
              PS E:\tmp\DenaliMigration> .\Migration.ps1 -TargetSiteUrl http://SharePointSite -Password <SomePassword> -TargetFolderUrl "http://SharePointSite/Shared Documents" -TargetCatalogConnectionString "Data Source=<RS service app catalog server>;Initial Catalog=<SharePoint app catalog>;Integrated Security=True"

          4. Log files:
          • Logs generated by the tool is located in the “Logs” folder under the same folder where the tool is located.
          • Logs generated by the PowerShell script is located in the “Logs” folder under the folder for migration files.

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