Deploying 2000 reporting services reports on 2005 reporting services

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SQL Server Reporting Services
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SSRS 2005
Visual Studio 2003
Hi ! I have a large number of reports created in visual studio 2003 .They were originally deployed on SQl server reporting services 2000. Now durinfg the process of upgradation to 2005 , i transferred all the reports from 2000 server to 2005 server using RSscripter which worked fine.However , my problem is that they are still in 2000 fromat ( i checked it by downloading report from 2005 server and opening it in notepod ), whereas it is mentioned in one of the article on MSDN (Upgrading reports) that after u deploy your 2000 reports on 2005 server they automatically gets upgraded on first use by the user. There is another way to upgrade your reports by opening in visual studio 2005 but it will take too much time if i individually open every report in 2005 and after converting them deploy to 2005 server. Is there any way you can convert all your 2000 reports into 2005 version? Please advice. Thanks

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My recommended solution would be to open then up in Visual Studio and republish them to the SQL Server 2005 SSRS instance.

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