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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio - Error

    I am using SQL Server 2005 Developer edition on Windows 2003 Server with SP1

    I am getting the following error when try to execute SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio to create/configure Report Model:


    "Microsoft Visual Studio

    The Beta period is over
    Thank you for your participation

    You can remove Microsoft Visual Studio from your computer

    OK"


    Where this is installed from Visual studio installation or SQL server installation?
    Because only vss is installed as visual studio 2005 installation in this computer(server)

    Please help to sort out this problem

    Muralidaran r

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    I don't understand what you're asking...
    You were running a trial version of some software and the trial period is over...
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    Hi georgev

    Have you ever heared "SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio".

    If you heared, tell me when it is installed?

    While installing SQL server or Visual Studio.

    I have not installed in Visual studio in my Windows 2003 Server.

    Then why the error message talks about visual studio?

    Muralidaran r

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    BIDS is a Visual Studio tool. If your trial period of VS has expired then you will not be able to use the tools within it either.
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    No, Business Intelligence Development Studio is installed as part of SQL Server 2005.
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    Business Intelligence

    Now THERE's an oxymoron
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