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How to create a Setup of .rdl files???

Posted By: [email protected] on 7/29/2010 9:34:39 PM | Comments:1 [Forward This]
I have created a Report server project using VS 2008. There are alot of .rdl files. Now I want to make a package (setup or u can say Installer) of these rdls so that in a single click all the rdls insall in the machine (or computer). Can anybody suggest me how to do it??????

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Responses to the Discussion: How to create a Setup of .rdl files???
Reply by: admin on: 8/3/2010 5:47:00 AM
hi, you could write a console application that posts to the SQL Server Reporting Services Web Service that iterates through your list of RDL files "uploading" them to the Report Server. (The RDL files do not exist on the file system, they are in the database.) Then, create your setup/deployment project that calls the console application.
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