SQL Server Management Studio Standard Reports – The Full List

I've completed documenting all of the Standard Reports in SQL Server Management Studio. You can get to them from the tags, but I thought I would post a list of them all here with the links.

I hope that you've been able to put some of this information into use in your organization. A lot of work went into creating and surfacing these reports, and we think they can really help you make your day more productive.

I'd also love to hear if you've created your own reports, and how you're using them. If you're willing, you can post them on CodePlex, and leave a link here.


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Server Server Dashboard
Server Configuration Changes History
Server Schema Changes History
Server Scheduler Health
Server Memory Consumption
Server Activity – All Blocking Transactions
Server Activity – All Cursors
Server Activity – Top Cursors
Server Activity – All Sessions
Server Activity – Top Sessions
Server Activity – Dormant Sessions
Server Activity – Top Connections
Server Top Transactions by Age
Server Top Transactions by Blocked Transactions Count
Server Top Transactions by Locks Count
Server Performance – Batch Execution Statistics
Server Performance – Object Execution Statistics
Server Performance – Top Queries by Average CPU Time
Server Performance – Top Queries by Average IO
Server Performance – Top Queries by Total CPU Time
Server Performance – Top Queries by Total IO
Server Server Broker Statistics
Server Transaction Log Shipping Status
Database Disk Usage
Database Disk Usage by Top Tables
Database Disk Usage by Table
Database Disk Usage by Partition
Database Backup and Restore Events
Database All Transactions
Database All Blocking Transactions
Database Top Transactions by Age
Database Top Transactions by Blocked Transactions Count
Database Top Transactions by Locks Count
Database Resource Locking Statistics by Object
Database Object Execution Statistics
Database Database Consistency History
Database Index Usage Statistics
Database Index Physical Statistics
Database Schema Changes History
Database User Statistics
Database Active Full-Text Catalogs
Logins Login Statistics
Logins Login Failures
Logins Resource Locking Statistics by Logins
Management Tasks
Management Number of Errors
Notification Services General
SQL Server Agent Job Steps Execution History
SQL Server Agent Top Jobs

Comments (12)

  1. jag says:

    Great series! thanks!

    Is there a way to schedule one of these reports so it executed and sent by email?

  2. Buck Woody says:

    No, these are within Management Studio – but there are tools like Quest, Idera and Redgate that can do that.

  3. Abbas says:

    Is this latest / updated list of std. reports? and is there any Reports for analyzing cubes utilization and performance?




  4. BuckWoody says:

    Yes, it's current, and no, there aren't any that I am aware of for that. But as of SQL Server 2005 SP2 you can create your own.

  5. Every edition of SQL Server has access to the Standard reports? Thanks.

  6. BuckWoody says:

    Pnglv: Yes, with the exception of Express.

  7. Frank Sheng says:

    Perfect. I need them. Thanks very much!

  8. Lisa says:


    Does u know if the sql server agent standard rpts (Top Jobs rpt) can be imported into SSRS or scheduled to run and sent via email?

  9. Mahlon Barrault says:

    If you are interested in automating reports like these take a look at blogs.msdn.com/…/mdw-overview-report-for-data-collector-mdw-report-series-part-1.aspx

    It assumes you are running and have access to the SCOM MDW

  10. max says:

    Hi ,

     i am running a query daily and extracting the output . is there a way that it run the query daily at a particular time and send mail or save it in a location.

  11. BuckWoody says:

    Max, yes, you can do that. Use SQL Server Reporting Services and you can create an automated report. You could also simply use a SQL Server Agent Job to do the same.

    – Buck

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