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    I am new to SQL Server 2005. I am setting up Reportsing Services for my Client. The main idea is build report models by subeject area and them provide users ad-hoc capability to develop their own reprots I created models from single database. What should I do, to get multiple tables from different databases into one report model?

    Please advise! Also I installed Reporting Services currently on my machine. It is working fine. What should I do, If I need all my users able to access report builder and start building reports?

    How and where to install? Which components I need to install? To get mutiple tables from different databases you have to add a 'Named Query' into the dsv. Named Queries take the form of select col1,col2,col3 from Database.dbo.Table.

    A Dataset contains a query or stored procedure that retrieves the data to be rendered on your report. This topic will explore the two types of datasets and walk through creating a dataset that will be used to build our sample reports. A report contains one or more datasets that define the queries to. Report Builder provides a productive report-authoring environment for IT professionals and power users. It supports the full capabilities of SQL Server 2014 Reporting Services.

    Audio Essentials. So to get two tables in you would create two named queries from that database. If the tables sit on a database on another server you have to set up the remote sql sever as a linked server. To create a named query you need to do the following: 1) open your model project 2) double click the Data Source View you're model is using on the solution explorer that usually sits on the right side of VS 3) click the 'New Named Query' button on the toolstip on the top area of the dsv page, a window will open 4) Add a name, description and set the data source to the other database, and paste in a query. To allow users to create reports using Report Builder 1.0 (Report Builder 2.0 only works for SSRS 2008) you need to give your users permissions (e.g. Publisher and Report Builder roles). In report manager (e.g. ) you should see a 'Report Builder' icon.

    Click that icon and Report Builder should download and run. Please not that Report Builder only works for Report Models that have been published to the server.

    -p This posting is provided 'AS IS' with no warranties, and confers no rights. To get mutiple tables from different databases you have to add a 'Named Query' into the dsv. Named Queries take the form of select col1,col2,col3 from Database.dbo.Table.

    So to get two tables in you would create two named queries from that database. If the tables sit on a database on another server you have to set up the remote sql sever as a linked server.

    Skype 7.0. To create a named query you need to do the following: 1) open your model project 2) double click the Data Source View you're model is using on the solution explorer that usually sits on the right side of VS 3) click the 'New Named Query' button on the toolstip on the top area of the dsv page, a window will open 4) Add a name, description and set the data source to the other database, and paste in a query. To allow users to create reports using Report Builder 1.0 (Report Builder 2.0 only works for SSRS 2008) you need to give your users permissions (e.g. Publisher and Report Builder roles). In report manager (e.g. ) you should see a 'Report Builder' icon.

    Click that icon and Report Builder should download and run. Please not that Report Builder only works for Report Models that have been published to the server. -p This posting is provided 'AS IS' with no warranties, and confers no rights.