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Can I use VS 2008 to create/modify SSRS 2005 reports?


Can I use VS 2008 to create/modify SSRS 2005 reports?

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Rod
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We're currently at SQL Server 2005 (that will change, but not today). I've got to work on a new SSRS report, but don't have Visual Studio 2005. Can I use Visual Studio 2008 (or 2010 or 2012, but I'll setting for 2008, if I have to) to create a SSRS report that will run in Report Manager on a SQL Server 2005 instance? And if the answer to this question is yes, then what version of .NET do I target (2, 3 or 3.5, assuming I'm using VS 2008)?

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