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I need some guideline for start working with ssrs and .net

I have familiar with .net, sql and crystal reports...

so, please suggest some good articles.
Thank you, in adv. :)
Posted 2-Jan-13 18:59pm
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Aarti Meswania 3-Jan-13 1:16am
thanks for reply
I have refer second link...

I have two doubts
I can not see a "Business Intelligence project" in my .net 2008,

Can I use it for winform as i use crystal reports?
Prasad_Kulkarni 3-Jan-13 1:27am
1. Business Intelligence Management Studio is part of SQL Server and DTS is now SSIS(sql server integration service) and yes part of the BI Management Studio. If you have the SQL Server developer edition CD/DVD copy the content to your hard drive and rerun setup and choose repair because you may have installed the first Management Studio, but SSIS comes with the BI version which is the second Management Studio. SSIS is not like DTS it is a full ETL(extraction transformation and loading) tool.
2. Refer this article; You can read the full article but to answer you specifically I am just pointing that part of the article SSRS Series Part I: Various ways of Report creation, deployment and invocation[^]
Aarti Meswania 3-Jan-13 1:31am
okay I have find it out
now, I have a query only how can I use it in Winform
because he had launch report on server

while in win app I have users working in LAN mostly, they not require WAN so, I don't want to launch report on web
Is it possible?
Abhishek Pant 3-Jan-13 1:47am
windows authentication.
Aarti Meswania 3-Jan-13 1:49am
No not mean to say SQL windows authentication

it's about I don't want to deploy ssrs report on server like deploy it on http//somesite.....
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Solution 2

Aarti Meswania 3-Jan-13 1:33am
thanks for kind reply.

could you clear a doubt that can i use ssrs locally I dont want to launch report on server because I am working with winforms
Abhishek Pant 3-Jan-13 1:45am
yes we can as it requires Windows authentication to run the report.Check my updated solution.
Aarti Meswania 3-Jan-13 1:46am
I will. thanks for help! :)
Abhishek Pant 3-Jan-13 1:55am
My Pleasure!

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