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SSRS using SQL Server 2005 standard

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Can SQL Server 2005 standard work with SSRS and open BI project in VS2008/2005? Thanks.
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Yes, SSRS can target SQL 2005 Standard as the database server.  The BI Project can be opened by the tools in SQL 2005 (Business Intelligence Studio).
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Note that the Business Intelligence Development Studio which comes with SQL2005 cannot work with SSRS2008 reports.  This is because the .RDL files are now different, and MS have xpanded the Report Development software in 2008.  You can still open SSRS2005 files in 2008.
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