SQL Server Report Pack for SPS 2003

Microsoft produced a report pack specifically aimed at SharePoint 2003 site utilization. This is a set of 8 Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services reports that work with a sample database of information extracted from a SharePoint Portal Server environment.

The Report Pack includes the following reports:

  1. Storage ReportShows a listing of the virtual servers and the number of collections, sites, areas, lists, files and size. Also shows a size distribution and storage usage chart, and a top 20 sites based on size.
  2. Storage Trend ReportShows four charts illustrating the virtual server storage trend, site collection growth trend, area growth trend and list growth trend.
  3. Site Trend ReportShows hit counts for virtual servers, collections, areas and lists. Also shows the top 20 sites based on hits.
  4. Comprehensive Site Collections ReportShows the list of site collections, who owns the collection, configurable characteristics about the owner and the date the collection was last accessed.
  5. Detailed Site Collection ReportShows top 20 pages accessed (based on hit count) for this site collection.
  6. Detailed Page ReportShows users who have access to the page, when they last accessed it, any referrer URL and number of hits. Also shows two charts illustrating user distribution and referrer distribution.
  7. Best Bet KeywordShows top 20, top 10, bottom 10, or bottom 20 keywords used for searching. Also shows which keywords have best bets.
  8. Search TermsShows top 20, top 10, bottom 10, or bottom 20 search terms used for searching. Also shows which search terms match a defined keyword.

For more info, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/technet/technetmag/issues/2005/11/ReportingTools/default.aspx.

To download the Report Pack, go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=49159368-544B-4B09-8EED-4844B4E33D3D&displaylang=en


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