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SharePoint 2010 Term Store Reporting

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We use an instance of SharePoint 2010 for our employee intranet/portal. We use the Managed Metadata Service to create term stores for Certifications, Education, and Skills and then the User Profile Service to track what certification, education, and skills credentials each employee has.

We are interested in reporting off of the SharePoint databases to determine the certifications, education, and skills of our employees. Where is the management metadata and user profile information stored in the SharePoint databases? Is it stored in such a way to make it easy to report off of?
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In your SQL database that SharePoint is configured for, you should see a database called Managed Metadata. It will have a GUID (xxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx) in the name as well.

I have yet to find a map of how the data is stored in there, but that's where it is stored.  You can do some digging through the tables to find the data you are looking for.
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