SQL Server Performance

visual studio 2005 - beta 1

Discussion in 'SQL Server Reporting Services' started by bfarr23, Oct 24, 2004.

  1. bfarr23 New Member

    i am trying to create a reporting services report.
    say to go to Visual Studio, New Project, "Business Intelligence"

    - Business Intelligence is not in the list of project types.

    any ideas?
  2. satya Moderator

    The server does not need the client software and the client software does not need the server software. They can both be installed but they do not need to be. Wherever you install the client software you need VS installed.

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  3. bfarr23 New Member

    don't get what you are saying.

    why is "Business Intelligence" not a project ype I can select in Visaul Studio Whidbey Beta 1?
  4. satya Moderator

    http://www.devx.com/dbzone/Article/21458/1954?pf=true for your reference.

    HTH

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  5. bfarr23 New Member

    Data Sources and Datasets
    To create a new report project from Visual Studio, select "New Project," and select "Report Project" or "Report Project Wizard" from the "Business Intelligence Projects" project type.

    - don't have the "Business Intelligence Projects" project type.

    Visual Studio Whidbey
    SQL Server Yukon


    ....obviously I am missing something here.
  6. x2fir New Member

    I am assuming I have the same problem here. Once I installed the reporting services for SQL Server 2000, it placed the project files in the correct place in VS .NET 2003. Now that I installed VS 2005, I install SQL Server 2005 and it does not create the new project types for me. <img src='/community/emoticons/emotion-6.gif' alt=':(' />
  7. x2fir New Member

    ok, im so stupid. when you install sql server 2000 reporting services, it should place the projects in vs 2003 business intelligence. In Yukon, there is a business intelligence dev studio if you choose to install the reporting services, which seems to do the same thing as before. if you installed everything correctly but its just not showing up, then... good luck

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