How to: Edit a Data Source (Windows Azure SQL Reporting)
You can edit shared data sources that you created in SQL Reporting or created in Report Designer in SQL Server Data Tools and then deployed to a SQL Reporting reporting service.
You cannot move a data source to a different folder. You must delete it and the re-create it in the new location. You can also edit the deployment properties of the Report Server project in SQL Server Data Tools and then redeploy the data source to a different location.
To learn more about deploying data sources from SQL Server Data Tools, see How to: Deploy a Report Project (Windows Azure SQL Reporting).
|You cannot edit embedded data sources. You must update the report on premises and then deploy or upload the report to the SQL Reporting.|
To edit a shared data source
Connect to SQL Reporting (Windows Azure SQL Reporting) and then select the SQL Reporting instance on which you want to edit a shared data source.
Click Items at the top of the page. Navigate to the folder that contains the data source.
In the Items list, select the data source, and then click Edit at the bottom of the page.
In Edit Data Source, you can change the data source name, description, or database.
Optionally, on the next page, edit the credential option.
Click the checkmark to save your changes.