I'm a big fan of SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)—and one of its most vocal critics. I want SSRS as well as Visual Studio to be all they can be, so with each new version, my hopes climb in anticipation. We all had great expectations for the 2012 release of Visual Studio and SQL Server. The Microsoft teams know about the issues that the MVPs and I raised last year (and for the past 10 years). However, few of the improvements we asked for were implemented. When we ripped open ...
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