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In SSRS where does the report get deployed to?

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Hi,

I have set up reporting services with a target url of localhost/reports but where does deploy actually put the report file?
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They are stored in the Catalog table of the ReportServer database inside SQL Server.
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You should be able to run the report from the address that it publishes to.  And if you want to edit the .rdl file you can actually download it from that link as well (I think you have to click  "edit" to download it).
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