A few years ago I wrote a blog post outlining when each version of RDL(Server side Reporting, not supported out of the box in NAV) and RDLC(Client Side Reporting, supported in NAV) was released and which are supported in which version of Dynamics NAV. During my many Report training classes I always start explaining this chart in details.
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But back to point…
Since the NAV team has been real busy is is time for an updated chart which explains when each version of RDL and RDLC was released. It also clear in this chart that the SSRS team in the SQL team, responsible for RDL is planning something big in the next version since nothing has happen since SQL Server 2008 R2, or they have stopped improvements to RDL. We all love updates and improvements, when the upgrade is easy, so let us bet on them making RDL better in next version of SQL Server. Not sure we will win that bet though, but let’s hope.
The Chart should be self explanatory, but if you join my training I will of course explain it in details:
/Thanks, Claus Lundstrøm, MVP for Microsoft Dynamics NAV