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Convert Reporting Services 2000 to 2005

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I just recently upgraded our SQL database platform from 2000 to 2005 and need to convert our reports to work with 2005.  I am using VS 2008 to do the conversion.  Whenever I convert the report, it is not available.

Here's what I did for the conversion.  In Visual Studio 2008, I open the Reporting Services 2000 projects for each report.  I open the project and get the Conversion Wizard which walks me through the conversion process.  I click Next to continue the conversion.  It gives me the summary in which I click "Finish" to convert.  I get a message stating that the project converted successfully and then click on "Close".

After that walkthrough, looking at the Solution Explorer window, the project show as 0 projects and the report shown as unavailable.  Any ideas what's going on or what I need to do?
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Okay turns out that VS 2008 does not support .rtpproj yet.  I will have to do the conversion in VS 2005.

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