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Publishing reports from Business Intelligence to Sharepoint Services 2007

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
We currently have sharepoint services 2007 and SQL server 2005 installed (with reporting services) and Sharepoint SQl web part on a single box named 'king-sharepoint'.   We have sucessfully setup the reporting services from Native to integrated sharepoint with a db name of 'spkingsdb'. We are trying to publish reports to the sharepoint database using Visual Studio, as we are new to sharepoint we are confused as to how to achieve this.  We understand to publish it we need to know the path of the database (reportserver(spkingsdb)), the folder in which the reports will be published to (do we create this? If so then how?), and the server name (http://king-sharepoint/reportserver).  thanks


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