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I have installed reporting services and sql server 2005 in my servers.   where can i get the tool so i can start creating reports.  are they any free ones or do i have to buy one?
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You have to use SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio to creates reports. It comes with SQL2005
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but how can i install it in my local computer ?  is it in the cd?  what option?
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Report Builder is downloaded from Report Manager (http://<servername>/Reports). A Report Builder link should be visible on the home page, on the menu bar for the contents tab.
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