How to Create Custom Reports in ConfigMgr SCCM 2012

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How to Create Custom Report RDL file for SCCM ConfigMgr SSRS Reports. Sql Reporting service tutorials. Continue reading 

There is another post about Creating Custom RBA Enabled Reports in SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2, published on 14 th July 2014 more details – http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrdogs/archive/2014/07/14/creating-custom-rbac-enabled-reports-in-configmgr-2012-r2.aspx?

At last, we’ve something from #2 () on creating custom reports in CM 2012 (SSRS). There is a series of  posts with loads of details.

#2 SSRS Reporting, Style Based Approach

Another post from  Eswar Koneti How to Create New Category folder in SCCM Configmgr 2012 reports

Configuration Manager 2012 provides bunch of built-in reports using SQL Reporting Services. In order to have these reports within ConfigMgr console you need a configured SQL Reporting Service. More Details below….

How to : Edit built-in reports using Report Builder :: ConfigMgr / SCCM 2012

Another post for easy reference from TechNet Forum. system center configuration manager system center 2012 configuration manager sccm 2012 sccm reporting configmgr2012 configmgr sccm cm2012  How to Create Custom Reports in ConfigMgr SCCM 2012

All credits to Beamer25!!!

In ConfigMgr 2012 (specifically in THIS case), “FUNCTIONS” are used rather than “VIEWS” along with datasets within SSRS. For example, to find out the list of applications you may need to use the FUNCTION called “fn_ListLatestApplicationCIs” and “fn_ListDeploymentTypeCIs” to find Deployment Types.

Creating the custom report using Report Builder 3.0” is also very helpful while creating custom reports in CM2012.

Extracted from the TechNet Forum Thread (check for space issues while copying SQL queries from this post)

1.  How to report on a list of your applications:

Select Manufacturer, DisplayName, SoftwareVersion, CI_UniqueID, ModelID, SDMPackageVersion, DateCreated, LastModifiedBy from fn_ListLatestApplicationCIs(1033)

2.  How to report on your applications and their deployment types in 1 report (includes priority, etc):

SELECT     app.Manufacturer, app.DisplayName, app.SoftwareVersion, dt.DisplayName AS DeploymentTypeName, dt.PriorityInLatestApp, dt.Technology
FROM         dbo.fn_ListDeploymentTypeCIs(1033) AS dt INNER JOIN
dbo.fn_ListLatestApplicationCIs(1033) AS app ON dt.AppModelName = app.ModelName
WHERE     (dt.IsLatest = 1)

3.  How to view the Content Source for each application:

SELECT    DISTINCT app.Manufacturer, app.DisplayName, app.SoftwareVersion, dt.DisplayName AS DeploymentTypeName, dt.PriorityInLatestApp, dt.Technology,
v_ContentInfo.ContentSource, v_ContentInfo.SourceSize
FROM         dbo.fn_ListDeploymentTypeCIs(1033) AS dt INNER JOIN
dbo.fn_ListLatestApplicationCIs(1033) AS app ON dt.AppModelName = app.ModelName LEFT OUTER JOIN
v_ContentInfo ON dt.ContentId = v_ContentInfo.Content_UniqueID
WHERE     (dt.IsLatest = 1)

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2 Comments

  1. DJ says:

    I could use some assistance, I am having a hard time with a custom report, Here is what I am trying to get
    Server XYZ
    Application ABC Version 1.2
    Application DEF Version 2.3
    Application GHI Version 3.4
    I have SCCM 2012 reports point and SQL running on a separate server

  2. Sri says:

    Hi Anoop,

    Need to create a Customreport in SCCM 2012 for the dependency of each application which is installed in the environment.

    Please can you help me in identifying the tables to get the data.

    Regards,
    Sri

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