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How to compare reports in ssrs 2008 from different environment (dev and prod)

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I have some reports ssrs 2008 RDL  in both dev and prod , I want to compare if the reports are in sync in both environment , are there any tools to compare.
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Team Foundation Server is a very good one --> Compare files in Visual Studio using TFS as source control
If that is not an option, then try this: http://blog.geoffreyemery.com/post/Visual-Studio-File-Compare-Utility.aspx
Looks good. Haven't tried it out though.
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since the RDLs are basically stored in XML format, you can use freely available XML files difference finder tools.

this may help u - http://www.liquid-technologies.com/downloads/XmlStudio/XmlStudio.exe
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