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Standard Reports 2005 Performance dashboard - Need to store historical data.

Hi,

I have used the performance dashboard reports from the below link:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=1d3a4a0d-7e0c-4730-8204-e419218c1efc&displaylang=en

I know that the performance dashboard gives very useful information using the DMVs and other SQL server tables.

However, this information is for the period of last 15 mins from the time the dashboard is refreshed.

Some historical information regarding Waits and Expensive queries is available here. But I need to have a method where either I can schedule this dashboard for a specific period of time where I give , say START_TIME and END_TIME.

Also, I need to find a way to store the information that is available in the Drill-through reports of the performance dashboards. When I export the overview of the dashboard, the Drill-through reports are not stored, is there a way to store it without having to export each page individually?

If this is not possible, can anyone please tell me of any other to do this. I intend to do this for some performance testing so that I can find problem queries.

This is urgent, so any help is highly appreciated!!!

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asked Jun 01, 2010 at 04:34 AM in Default

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Can someone please help me on this??
Jun 07, 2010 at 07:40 AM Mandar Alawani
I guess, there is no way to do this...can anyone help??
Jun 25, 2010 at 08:43 AM Mandar Alawani
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