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Migrate SSRS reports from SQL 2005 [Enterprise Edition-SP2] to SQL 2008 [Enterprise Edition-SP1].


Migrate SSRS reports from SQL 2005 [Enterprise Edition-SP2] to SQL 2008 [Enterprise Edition-SP1].

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I am trying to migrate SSRS reports from SQL 2005 [Enterprise Edition-SP2] to SQL 2008 [Enterprise Edition-SP1].
[Note: This SQL 2008 already got report server. Now I want migrate existing reports from SQL 2005 server to SQL 2008 RS].

Can you please provide me the steps to process this without effecting/corrupting existing SQL 2008 reports/report server.

please let me know if you need any other details…..

Thanks in Advance
Krishna
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Take a look at a tool called RSScriptor which will do the migration to disk then you can upload to 2008.

If you have the solution files for the 2005 reports, upgrade them in BIDS2008 then deploy to 2008.



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Hi Anthony,

Thank you very much for reply on this..

I was trying to migrate using SSRSsripter. [Have modified properites according to my environment] But I am getting attached error as soon as I clink on get catalog button I am getting attached issue. Can you please guide me to resolve this....

[Please check report server migration for step by step screenshot]

Thanks in advance,
krishna
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Hi,

You can open your 2005 solutions and rdl files in 2008 and if you do so first thing it'll ask is: "Do you want to convert your 2005 reports to 2008?" By saying yes it will convert them and you can publish them in 2008 server. But this solution is not good if you have large volume of reports as you need to upload each report to the 2008 server or you may find another solution to bulk upload them!!! Also keep in mind as soon as you convert your reports from 2005 to 2008 you can never convert them back again. (no backward compatibility)

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Hi Amir,

Thank your for your reply.

As you said we got quite big bunch of reports to upgrade. May be I need to look for bulk upgrade process....

Thank you,
Krishna
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