Enesys RS Data Extension version 3.8 will bring compatibility with SQL Server Reporting Services 2012.
SQL Server Reporting Services 2012 brings quite a few changes:
- Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS) is now called SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) and runs under visual studio 2010 shell. It doesn’t mean you need visual studio. The visual studio 2010 core interface will be automatically installed when installing SSDT.
- SharePoint integration in now implemented as a SharePoint 2010 Shared Service.
Enesys RS Data Extension 3.8 addresses the various configuration changes to work with Reporting Services 2012.
When installed in SharePoint Integration mode, The “Enesys RS Server Configuration” tool reflects the new “SharePoint Service Application” as shown in the following screen-shot:
“Enesys RS Client Configuration” tool reflects the new Microsoft terminology when Enesys RS Data Extension is installed along SQL Server Data Tools:
Within SSDT 2012 (Visual Studio 2010 shell), you get the familiar tools for building reports and sophisticated queries: