Despite all the cool stuff you can do with the Power Platform, one of my most popular blog posts is Set Up Your Workstation to Create SQL Server Reporting Services Reports for Dynamics 365.
The post was likely popular because there were different components in the setup process and Microsoft never did a great job explaining all the pieces and steps.
Another challenge installing the tools was that it required SQL Server Data Tools 2015, even after there were newer versions, and many started the process assuming the latest version would work (it didn’t).
Microsoft has finally updated the tools that can run on the latest versions of Visual Studio (2019) so here is an all-new, all-fresh version of how to install the tools you need to create SQL Server Reporting Services Reports that will run on model-driven Power Apps and Dynamics 365 (Customer Engagement Apps).
As a bonus, at…
View original post 1,810 more words