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If you need custom URL’s then you should add them to Reporting Services using the Reporting Services Configuration tools and you will then be able to select them from this drop down list.
Again enter the credentials that you want to use for reporting, this time TFS will add this to the data sources and the credentials to use.
There is no licence required to use SQL Server Standard with Team Foundation Server but you need to make sure that you are in single or dual server move to take advantage of it.
If you scale out to have an Analysis, Share Point or Reporting farm you will need additional licences for all of the products involved.
We will get to choose later which one we want to do…
Figure: Add features to an existing implementation Once you have mounted the ISO and fired off the installer you should select “Install” and then “New SQL Server stand-alone installation or add features to an existing implementation”.
Tick the box to “Use Reporting” first and then fill out the details for where you want your data warehouse stored. Now head over to the second tab and enter the database as “Tfs_Analysis” for your analysis services cube.
Here you will also want to specify the credentials to be used for the reporting services data sources to connect to.
Did you skip reporting and now you want to integrate reporting and analyses services with Team Foundation Server 2013? This might be the same procedure if you want to have Analysis Services and Reporting Services on separate server for performance or if you just choose not to install it or even if you started with TFS Basic.
Lets assume for a minute that you did not install Reporting Servers or Analysis Services with your install of Team Foundation Server 2013. The very first thing to do is to create your Analysis Services and Reporting Services instance for you to link into Team Foundation Server 2013.