RSS Reporter - Release History

version 4.0
November 25, 2014
  • A redesigned user interface for managing feeds
  • A new web admin interface for creating and managing user profiles
  • New summary feeds for SQL Server jobs and databases
  • Improved detail feeds for job execution history, job definition, database size and space
  • Greatly improved T-SQL query feeds with new features such as title templates, web-friendly lables, title url and more
  • The option to choose between parameter-base, web-friendly or custom url for all feeds
  • Improved custom fields for sorting and filtering the feed content
  • New options to customize the feed content
  • Better error handling including a web-friendly display and full logging
RSS Reporter version 4 with many new and improved features:
version 3.5
September 15, 2012
  • Includes support for SQL Server 2012
  • Adds title field and title url options for the RSS feeds based on ad-hoc queries
  • Allows jobs or steps with no history to be included in the job feeds
  • Includes some small bug fixes
version 3.0
October 06, 2010
  • Support for SQL Server 2008 jobs added
  • Updated "database size" feed to support SQL Server 2008 databases
  • Added support for all new SQL Server 2008 data types on ad-hoc query feeds
  • Support for CLR data types on SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008 added
RSS Reporter V3
version 2.0
May 17, 2008
  • Added ad-hoc query feeds - write a query and automatically generate an rss feed containing the output of that query
  • Added database info feeds to allow for convenient monitoring of database size and space usage
  • Improved SQL job feeds
RSS Reporter V2
version 1.0
June 18, 2007
  • Aggregate job feed allows for monitoring SQL Jobs from multiple SQL Servers
  • Each user can generate and customize his own feeds
  • Ability to drill down on a job and view details
  • Ability to filter and sort rss feeds based on job status, sql server, job name, and execution date
  • Predefined feeds that contain historical information like "last 10 execution of a job"
RSS Reporter V1 - standard rss feeds from SQL Server