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Can't deploy SSRS report

Posted on 2014-10-09
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Attached please see the local sql server installed.  It also install SQL SERVER DATA TOOL.  I open it and it says Visual studio 2010 Shell.  I already have Visual Studio 2012 on my PC.  Not sure if I should us this but I created a report in this using Adventure Works sample database just to try it out.  

After I created the report, I right click on the solution and click Deploy Solution but nothing happens.  What is wrong here?  I looked into my VS2012 but it doesn't have BI report Server template so I attempted to find one for VS2012 and install that but it's a SQL2012 installation to add additional features to existing installed sql so I went with that. I then got error below,  I guess it's different version.

Anyway, I would like to deploy the report to our SharePoint 2013 Reporting Services, how can I do that?  Thank you.


BlockMixedArchitectureInstall       Checks whether the installing feature(s) are the same CPU architecture as the specified instance.       Failed       The CPU architecture of installing feature(s) is different than the instance specified. To continue, add features to this instance with the same architecture.
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right click the solution - Properties:
under "Deployment, set the "TargetServerURL".

more info at: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee635898(v=sql.110).aspx
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Please see the attached screen shot.  I looked there before and can't find the Deployment option.
Thank you.
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