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This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services by Paul Turley, Robert M. Bruckner, Thiago Silva, Ken Withee, Grant Paisley ; ISBN: 978-1-1181-0111-7
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Default Can you develop in 2008 SSRS for 2012 deployment

Hi, Our company is migrating to SQL Server 2012, but we have reports in 2005 & 2008 that are being migratted to the 2012 SSRS server by DBA. My question is, in the meantime, until we are upgraded to SQL 2012, can we develop our reports in 2008 as usual?

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Hi Chuck,

> My question is, in the meantime, until we are upgraded to SQL 2012, can we develop our reports in 2008 as usual?

Absolutely - you can continue to develop 2008-based reports and just publish them to a SQL 2012 Report Server. This works and is supported.

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