TemplateItem.Zip files for a Report Server 2005 Project

TemplateItem.Zip files for a Report Server 2005 Project

Post by Stok » Thu, 08 Jun 2006 20:23:48

Where are you supposed to place the .zip files that can be generated with
"Export Template" so that they show up under "My Templates" in a SQL Report
Server 2005 project ?

I know that for non SQL Server projects you place the zip file in:
C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\My Documents\Visual Studio

And I know that you can extract the .rdl file from the zip file and place it
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio

BUT .. the whole thing about having to extract the .rdl from the zip file is
a nuisance and is causing havoc with the rollout of changes to the

Anybody know ?

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I have another report (Report B). When it runs, it doens't ask questions by
design and returns all "inventory". There is a table in Report B that
references Report A.

I need to run Report A, inputing what report I want to run... (ex. 200).
From there, on print, need to run Report B with the selection variables from
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So, Report A would print #200's information. If there were "inventory"
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Do I use Macros? If so, what do I build it on? Do I have to use custom code?

Thank you in advance!

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