If you already have SQL Server 2012, why don't you just use it. It can hook into any database on the planet, and you have SSRS available to you as part of your SQL Installation and can do everything you wish except for #1 (running on the IBM i).

That is a fallback position. I'd rather have all of our JD Edwards reports scheduled in one place, and while this database is not technically part of the ERP package, it is part of web portal to it.

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