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Dear All,

I have few queries on SSRS.

Does SQLServer2008 R2 developer edition Supports the SSRS?

Can we update SQLServer 2005 Reporting Services to SQL 2008?

It's quite urgent.

Please advise me.

Thanks and Regards,
Ravichandra.
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Does SQLServer2008 R2 Supports the SSRS?

Can we update SQLServer 2005 Reporting Services to SQL 2008?


1. Yes
2. Yes - Links below on help

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143724.aspx
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143747(v=sql.105).aspx
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic708977-147-2.aspx#bm1173228

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Thanks Henrico.

My query is, Does SQLServer 2008 R2 Developer edition Supports the SSRS?
Henrico Bekker
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Does SQLServer 2008 R2 Developer edition Supports the SSRS?


Yes it does.

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Thanks Henrico for your information.

Please advise me on the below.

Can we apply one licence key for more than one SQLServer2008 R2 developer installation?

or

Can we apply one licence key for only one SQLServer2008 R2 developer installation?
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Can we apply one licence key for more than one SQLServer2008 R2 developer installation?

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Can we apply one licence key for only one SQLServer2008 R2 developer installation?


I am not a licensing expert, but as far as I know, you use one license per installation, meaning if you install the DEV Suite on a server, one license key will suffice.

I would advise you to get a second opinion on the actual cost per server install, with regards to cost per CPU, EA agreements etc..

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ravisamigo (3/30/2012)
Thanks Henrico for your information.

Please advise me on the below.

Can we apply one licence key for more than one SQLServer2008 R2 developer installation?

or

Can we apply one licence key for only one SQLServer2008 R2 developer installation?


Developer edition is on a per user basis so you need to ensure that you have enough licences for your users or have volume licensing or each user has an MSDN license.



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Thanks Henrico for your help.

How to take the backup of SQLServer2005 SSRS before upgrading to SQLServer 2008 R2?

What are all the things needs to be take backup apart from the encryption keys,ReportServer,ReportServerTempdb?

It would be grateful if you advice me on this.

Thanks.
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If you read the documentation on the link I sent, you will see the upgrade procedure and possible issues you might encounter, and how to avoid them.

I dont want to post a step by step, as it might not be applicable to your setup.

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