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Has anyone figured out how to edit a SQL 2008 RDL to run on SQL 2005 SSRS server? Mr. Denny (see link below) believes it can be done. http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/sql-server/you-cant-deploy-a-sql-2008-ssrs-report-to-a-sql-2005-ssrs-server/
Hello, I am encountering a sitation which I can find a answer for. I noticed that some of the journal entries that get created for files in our applications, do not include any entry specific data. I was able to find a reason for this. It isnt because they are old programs or OPM programs or...
I'm migrating to a new database with different tables and fields but want to continue to use the SQL SRS reports that I previously had (there are hundreds of them). Is anyone aware of a tool that will allow me to map the new and old data structure and update the rdl files for SRS?