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How do I display SharePoint custom list data by using Reporting Service?

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Dear all experts,

I'm using Microsoft Share Point server 2007 (Enterprise version) and I created some custom list items in my Share Point site, just wonder is there any method that can retrieve these custom list items from SharePoint and then display it by using SQL Server 2005 Reporting service directly.  

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