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MS Reporting services - - - MS sql server 2005 - Need to Create a Report

New at this...but I need to create a report using MS reporting services..for sales figures...how would I go about doing this? Dont I need Analysis Services...or Business Inteligent Studio? I have ms sql server 2005...and I need to tie the report to a asp.net page in vb...
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lcohanDatabase AnalystCommented:
Pretty easy to do with SSRS and you can design your reports through VS/BI - you should start at the following link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/cc511478
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GlobaLevelAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the info..I will look over....how do I integrate the report site into my current asp.net page....it appears that the ad-hoc report takes you to a sub site...ie ...http:///ReportServer/ReportBuilder/9.00.1090.00/ReportBuilder.application
...but then the user cant get back to the original page...also is there a way to modify the look so it appears that it is the same site from a content/visual perspective...?
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planoczCommented:
For a starter you will need some editor like  BIDS or Visual Studio or RepoprtBuilder to make the reports.Then you  will need to add the report control to your ASP page.
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GlobaLevelAuthor Commented:
For a starter you will need some editor like  BIDS or Visual Studio or RepoprtBuilder to make the reports.
>> Got that....

Then you  will need to add the report control to your ASP page.
>>then what...is there a wizard...?
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