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Upgrading SSRS 2012 Projects To VS 2015?


Upgrading SSRS 2012 Projects To VS 2015?

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HI All

I urgently need to move our SSRS 2012 Projects to VS 2015 and was wondering if there was any upgrade
to the projects/files needed as per SSIS!!! (grrr).

If not and I can just open the projects with 2015 then hurrah, but if anyone has any info that would be very cool Smile

Thanks
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When you open the project in SSDT 2015, the project will go through a one-way upgrade. That's about it then, unless you have any custom tools on SSRS/SSIS, where you'll need to source a SSDT 2015 version for your addon.

Just make sure that when you're deploying the project/packages to your server, you have to correct destination server version selected.


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Thom A - Friday, January 26, 2018 4:28 AM
When you open the project in SSDT 2015, the project will go through a one-way upgrade. That's about it then, unless you have any custom tools on SSRS/SSIS, where you'll need to source a SSDT 2015 version for your addon.

Just make sure that when you're deploying the project/packages to your server, you have to correct destination server version selected.


And note that when it's upgraded, if others you are working with aren't already using the 2015 tools, they won't be able to work on the project until they upgrade to newer VS

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