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If you tried to create custom reports, you may have found that you needed more help than what was available. Today, we published new content on MSDN online to help you get started. Check it out, give it a try, and leave feedback so that we can continue to improve this content.
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One of the pieces of feedback we frequently get is that creating custom reports is too hard. We're taking
There is new content on MSDN on building custom reports. Allen Clark has more details about it on his