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What are my options in utilizing datasources from Oracle, DB2 & MSSQL in SSRS.

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I need to pull data from multiple datasources - Oracle, DB2 & MSSQL.
How can I build a single dataset using all 3 datasources?
What connectors should I use?
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You can build linked server to refer to Oracle/DB2, within Sql server.
Linked Servers (Database Engine)
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