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SSRS deploy project to another location

Posted on 2013-06-25
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My  coworker created project in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.

He saved  solution file and project file on his local machine, I don not have access to it.
 
Project has several reports with parameter that are combined in one master report. He put this master report on dashboard and deployed everything  it to Share point server.
Everything was ok. Now they want  me to  deploy that project on deferent location on the same server. I don’t have his project file.
How to go the easiest way to solve this.
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The reports are located in a SharePoint document library.  Locate that and then you can download the RDLs from there.  Once you've got those, you can upload them to wherever you'd like.

Don't forget to create the data sources too, they might be located in a separate library.  Depends on what your coworker did...

Or you could ask your coworker for a copy of the project.
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