To deploy the reports you need to open the Reporting Tools Setup window (Continue reading “How To Deploy SSRS Reports In Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2”)
When you install SQL Server Reporting Services at the same time as SQL Server you have the option to automatically configure SSRS with the default settings. In the case of someone who has SQL already installed but didn’t install SSRS at the same time, this is not an option.
This How To starts after SSRS has been added to the installation on the client machine at the point where you would start to configure it; if you’d like a walk through adding SSRS to an existing installation of SQL Server, let me know and I’ll sort one out.
To do the initial configuration of SSRS, or to change the configuration of an existing installation, you need to start the Reporting Services Configuration Manager (Continue reading “How To Configure SQL Server Reporting Services In Order To Deploy Reporting Services Reports In GP”)