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ActiveState Class

SQL Server 2000

Represents information about the active state of a subscription. An ActiveState object is returned by methods that query subscription properties.

Public Class ActiveState
   Member of [Namespace]

public class ActiveState
   Member of [Namespace]
Public Properties

public propertyDeliveryExtensionRemoved Indicates whether a delivery extension that is specified in a subscription has been removed from the report server database. Boolean. Read-only.
public propertyInvalidParameterValue Indicates whether a parameter value that is persisted with a subscription is valid. Boolean. Read-only.
public propertyMissingParameterValue Indicates whether a parameter exists in a report that does not have a value specified for it in a subscription. Boolean. Read-only.
public propertySharedDataSourceRemoved Indicates whether a shared data source that is used by a subscription has been removed. Boolean. Read-only.
public propertyUnknownReportParameter Indicates that a report parameter is not recognized as part of the parameter list for the report. Boolean. Read-only.

Remarks

An ActiveState object is returned as output by the GetSubscriptionProperties method.

The active state of a subscription indicates whether a subscription is currently active and valid. If there is a problem with the subscription, the active state of a subscription can be queried programmatically to determine what the cause of the problem is. More than one error condition can cause a subscription to be inactive. Subscriptions that are inactive are not processed by the report server until the cause of the error is resolved.

See Also

Reporting Services Web Service Library

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