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Is anyone using reporting services and VSS together?  Are you able to compare older reports vs new reports and see the difference using VSS?

Also, can reporting services use CSS effectively?
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Yes, we're using VSS and Reporiting Services together.
Yes, you can see differences between unchecked and modified report and version stored in VSS. It can be done in several formats and I like how it's done.

Don't see how's using of CSS is related to VSS... if you meant VSS, than it's not clear what do you mean by "effectively" - The effectivness of report services using VSS is the same as any other project (C#, VB, etc) in Visual Studio.

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Yurich
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Yurich,

thanks for the comment.  Actually take the second question seperately.. was just wondering if CSS can be used with reporting services... can you set up a CSS file and can reporting services report use that css file for formating?
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there is a CSS file for reporting services formats, at least I think there is. it's not documented or supported by microsoft how to use or modify it. so, to answer you questions, no, reporting services are not officially using CSS efficiently or not.

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yurich
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