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TFS Report using custom field

Posted on 2011-02-17
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TFS comes with few standard sample reports. For these reports  they have Cubes (SSAS) as back end and SSRS as front end. Cubes datasource is datamart. And there is a SSIS package which imports data from SQL server to Datamart.

Now we have created a custom field in TFS which is saved in SQL server. but this fields is not in datamart or in cubes. I  need to create a report using this custom field.

Please advice.
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create a stored procedure and then bring in the dataset to the SSRS report.
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