Is there a 64bit Report Builder 3.0 for SSRS? I have trouble loading and running shared datasources.

Posted on 2012-08-26
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
Hi Experts,
I have a problem when using shared datasets and datasources on Report Builder 3.0.
The SQLServer I am using is 64bit. Therefore the datasets are 64bit connections and deployed them to the report Manager.

When I connect to the Report Manager url with report builder I can create the report but when I go to run it I get the version mismatch error. This is due to the report Builder being 32bit application. I cannot find the 64bit application of the reportbuilder? Is there one? If not will they be creating one?

Many Thanks,
Question by:mumblesnz
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    Accepted Solution

    There appears to be a version 4, and also a 2012 version (here). I don't see any mention of 64-bit or 32-bit on either, though.



    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks I will keep searching. It would be strange to make 64bit SQL Servers and not have a 64bit Report Builder available as well.

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