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I am working on AdHoc reporting (Report Builder 1.0) and I Built a smdl file from my views and tables. When I deploy the file on the report server and access the tables, I see vague table names and synonyms created through the Build of the SMDL file.

I need some help on how I can build the smdl files with meaning names for the tables that show up on the AdHoc reporting.

Any help on this is appreciated.
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If you are using SQL 2008 as I see listed under Topics I suggest you to rather use Report Builder 3.0

http://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/download/details.aspx?id=6116
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