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performance of report on ssrs

query performance question.  I have a query that uses multiple databases(the databases are all on the same instance of sql).  The query takes about a minute to complete.  This is acceptable, but when ssrs runs off this dataset, it is painfully slow.   4 to 5 minutes to render.  

1) is it normal for there to be a drop off in the speed of ssrs displaying the results as compared to the actual speed of the query in ssms.  I suspect there should be but, is 4 to 5 times something that i should be wary of?
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Jim Metcalf

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