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Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Unleashed by Paul Bertucci, Alex T. Silverstein, Chris Gallelli, Ray Rankins

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Developing Reports Using SSDT

The first step is to create a Report Server Project. This SSRS-specific project type enables the development and organization of most report objects. Launch SSDT, and, using its main menu, click File, New, Project. In the New Project dialog, click the Business Intelligence Projects node in the tree at the left of the screen; then click Report Server Project under Visual Studio Installed Templates (shown in Figure 48.10).

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FIGURE 48.10 Creating a Report Server Project using SSDT.

Creating a Shared Dataset

After you’ve created your project, open your Solution Explorer window and create a shared data source by right-clicking ...

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