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Business Objects and Microsoft Reporting Services

lak
Hi,

I am evaluating Microsoft Reporting Services against Business Objects
as a reporting tool against SQL Server. I am primarily a BOBJ
developer and am finding RS not easy to use. Can anyone provide any
feedback to the overall comparison between these 2 products as I am
finding RS frustrating and am wondering if it is just a matter of
re-adjusting and spending more time on it or if anyone else is finding
RS more trickey to use than BOBJ as well

I would be extremely grateful for any feedback.

Many thanks in advance
LA
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Hi

You may want to register for the Reporting services launch web cast on 27
January and the other information on the Reporting Services Website
http://www.microsoft.com/sql/reporting/

John

"lak" <ko******@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

I am evaluating Microsoft Reporting Services against Business Objects
as a reporting tool against SQL Server. I am primarily a BOBJ
developer and am finding RS not easy to use. Can anyone provide any
feedback to the overall comparison between these 2 products as I am
finding RS frustrating and am wondering if it is just a matter of
re-adjusting and spending more time on it or if anyone else is finding
RS more trickey to use than BOBJ as well

I would be extremely grateful for any feedback.

Many thanks in advance
LA

Jul 20 '05 #2

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