Microsoft Article Shows How to Move a Reporting Services Database

Microsoft has released an article that tells you how to move a SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services database from a computer that's running Reporting Services to another computer. You might want to move a Reporting Services database from one computer to another for several reasons. For example, if you use Reporting Services to create reports on a computer that's used in an application's development environment, you might want to move those reports to a computer that's used in the production environment. To do so, you must move the Reporting Services database. You don't have to deploy the reports again if you move the Reporting Services database from one computer to another. You also don't have to reconfigure Reporting Services on the destination computer. To learn more, read the Microsoft article "How to move a Reporting Services database from a computer that is running Reporting Services to another computer" at

   http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=842425

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