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BOOK: Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Recipes: for Designing Expert Reports
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Default Report Model omission

I haven't noticed any discussion of report models in this book. Is this because ReportBuilder is moving away from them in future releases? Or is there some other reason. Just curious if anyone can speak to this. Thank you.
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