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Unsuppress Run Custom Report Warnings

Topic Status: Some information in this topic is preview and subject to change in future releases. Preview information describes new features or changes to existing features in Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Community Technology Preview 2 (CTP2).

There are two warning dialog boxes for custom reports. This topic describes how to unsuppress the display of these boxes in SQL Server 2016 by using SQL Server Management Studio.

By default, the Run Custom Reports dialog box appears before a custom report runs. If you select the Please don't show this warning again check box, the dialog box will no longer appear. Also by default, the Run Custom Reports dialog box appears when you open a custom report and then click a link to open another custom report. This dialog box displays the fill path to the drill-through custom report file. If you select the Please don't show this warning again check box, the dialog box will no longer appear.

To unsuppress the main custom report warning dialog box

  1. Connect to <Server>\<Share>|<Drive>\Documents and Settings\<UserProfile>\Application Data\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\130\Tools\Shell\reports.xml.

  2. Right-click reports.xml, and then click Edit.

  3. Change<SuppressWarning>true</SuppressWarning> to <SuppressWarning>false</SuppressWarning>.

  4. Restart SQL Server Management Studio.

To unsuppress the drill-through custom report warning dialog box

  1. Connect to <Server>\<Share>|<Drive>\Documents and Settings\<UserProfile>\Application Data\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\130\Tools\Shell\reports.xml.

  2. Right-click reports.xml, and click Edit.

  3. Change <SuppressDrillthroughWarning>true</SuppressDrillthroughWarning>to <SuppressDrillthroughWarning>false</SuppressDrillthroughWarning>.

  4. Restart SQL Server Management Studio.

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