I'm able to preview my report in Visual Studio and once I'm deploying it, it is getting deployed also on the Local server but when I'm using browser and trying to view the report, it is showing me following error message:
Unable to connect to the remote server
The attempted operation is not supported for the type of object referenced
I'm using Win XP Pro with a developer edition of Sql Server 2005 and administrator of computer. Not able to understand why in browser I'm not able to view reports.
I have couple of Web pages linking to my RDLs using report viewer Web controls. I have no problem running and viewing them in VS2005 debug mode and report manager until I published them to local folder and set the local folder as an application on my IIS7. When running the published version of the Web pages, all my calendar image buttons (which happen to be part of the report parameter fields) turned to red 'X':
When clicking the View Report button, the animated progress icon not appearing at all. Before the occurance of this problem, I did face the problem whereby the 'NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE' does not have enough permission to view the report. After referring to some threads, I finally be able to get rid of this error by assigning Browser role to 'NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE' from the report manager. I wonder could this solution be related to the problem that I'm facing now. Any help would be appreciated.
I have several reports in a Power View Gallery. In Gallery view, most of the reports show the "Open New Excel Workbook", the "Create Power View Report", and the "Manage Data Refresh" buttons on the right side of the report list. Why would some reports not have these buttons available? In the attached image you can see one report with the buttons and one without the buttons.
I got through the installation hoops for SQLEXPRESS Reporting Services in Vista and set up the default configurations in Report Services Configuration. I can explore the default directory for "Reports" in IIS7, but I can't browse in IE. I get the "The report server is not responding. verify that the report server..." message in the browser. This is after I migrated the app per the initial http 500 error using the preferred method - %systemroot%system32inetservAPPCMD.exe migrate config "Default Web Site/Reports".
I'm running Vista Ultimate, VS2005, SQLEXPRESS SP2. I've tried running IE as admin and also I've disabled UAC from gpedit.msc - ...Windows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PolicySecurity Options and unchecking UAC.
I am in the planning phase of building a Form Authenication Report Server project. The database contains the Role information for each report and for each user. The objective is to authenicate and authorize user so that only the authorized reports are available for the current user to view.
Base on my research these are my plans.
1. Deploy Reports onto the Report Server 2. Put Reports in folders to group different types of report (I am not sure is it possible to only the display authorized reports for the current user) 3. Design the custom Security extension to authenicate and authorize using the database
1. Is it possible to only display authorized reports for the current user to view by doing custom security extension?
Hello, I've created a Report Model Project that can be used by Report Builder to generate ad-hoc reports. I'm trying to create a connection string in my Report Server Project that points to the Report Model Project data source view.
All I can do is create a regular datasource, which bypasses the metadata contained in the Data Source View.
Basically I want my Report Server Project and my Report Builder reports to leverage the same metadata. Is this possible? If so how do I get the connection string?
We have many domain users who develop/deploy reports using VS2003 to our remote server at https://server/reportserver with no problems at all.
A single workstation on the domain that been used to develop reports cannot deploy though. The message looks fairly simple to diagnose "no report server was found at https://server/reportserver". I have checked dns and the servername resolves no problem. I have manaully edited and added the server to the hosts file also. I have updated and service packed all VS elements (VS2003 7.1.6030).
The server is contactable in all ways on this workstation, all ip/dns settings are the same as other domain workstations.
Can anyone point me in the direction of log files to look at, or if i am missing any basic options in VS. I have checked all deployment settings from other workstations.
I have been using the reportviewer control to display my ssrs reports. However, i'm facing issues in displaying Server reports in the control. The following error show up whenevr i click on View Report.
Execution 'aaxe3ke5k34l5355qbup0rvo' cannot be found
Please help if anyone has come across something similar
I have developed some report in Sql Server Reporting services my Page orientation is portrait that is report height and width are 8.5 and 11 respectively and margins are set to 0.3 in when it is printed the pages are printed more that actually viewed Pages.
After install SQL Server 2005, then run it sampel for report. Using VS2005 to deploy the report to report server. The report can be previewed in VS2005.
After deploying, open SQL Server Management Studio. 1. Add local user Administrator to database AdventureWorks 2. Pick up one sample report Company Sales from AdventureWorks(Home-->AdventureWorks-->Company Sales), then go to DataSource-->AdventureWorks, the setting for this datasource as below:
Data Source=localhost;Initial Catalog=AdventureWorks;Integrated Security=True
Select "Credentials stored securely on the report server" with following setting: Login name: Administrator Password: (right password here)
Checked for "Use as Windows credentials when connectiing to the data source"
3. Then right on ths report (Company Sales), from popup menu-->View Report Then in browser, it ask for user name and password, input as: User name: Administrator Password: (right password here)
Get infomation as: You are not authorized to view this page
The URL is: http://localhost/reportserver/?/AdventureWorks%20Sample%20Reports/Company%20Sales&rs:Command=Render
Then try a different setting, use different user account in Database, same error message.
Hi, i have a prob;lem while using report manager.when i login As "administrator" to the report manager i can see all the folders and i can check also reports. when i create new users with some role and i login as new user i can see the specified folder and report but when i click to see the report this message appear: " Your browser does not support scripts or has been configured not to allow scripts". Note that these same reports i can check them when i login as administrator
i am using sql server 2005
please it's important to resolve this problem as soos as possible thx labiba
I am trying to create some reports in VS.NET for our Microsoft CRM3.0.
I am using a SQL query like this:
SELECT CRMAF_Account.Name, CRMAF_Account.primarycontactidName, CRMAF_Account.address1_line1, CRMAF_Account.address1_line2, CRMAF_Account.address1_city, ActivityPointer.scheduledstart, ActivityPointer.subject, ActivityPointer.description FROM ActivityPointer, FilteredAccount CRMAF_Account INNER JOIN FilteredSystemUser FSU ON CRMAF_Account.ownerid = FSU.systemuserid WHERE ActivityPointer.regardingobjectid = CRMAF_Account.accountID AND FSU.Domainname = SYSTEM_USER ORDER BY Datum DESC
When I run this query, I get the desired result (I am the database dbo), but when any user tries doing the same, they get an error
An error has occurred during report processing. (rsProcessingAborted) Get Online Help
Query execution failed for data set '[DatabaseName]'. (rsErrorExecutingCommand) Get Online Help
SELECT permission denied on object 'ActivityPointer', database '[DatabaseName]', owner 'dbo'.
I desperately need to know which user rights are missing and where are they missing - I do not suppose that the rights are expected to be assigned directly to the database tables
Any quick help would be highly appreciated. I would also appreciate any articles with examples how to use parameters, filters and subreports.
Hi, This is regarding the SQL 2005 Report Manager (http://localhost/Reports) page. I have posted the reports, the reports run fine, buttons like new folder, new data source, etc... are visible (lets call this machine as A). The problem is when my machine is accessed from a nearby computer on the same network as http://machineA/Reports, the Report manager Home page appears with limited or no buttons. The reports are also not visible in the browser of machine B. How do I make the reports visible to users (grant permission) for them to run and view those reports?
In a nutshell, how the posted reports be accessed by users?
We recently did an "in place" upgrade of SQL Server and SSRS 2000 to 2005.
After the upgrade we cannot view the exisiting reports. (although we can publish new reports using the VS2005 Designer and they show up just fine.)
We have SP2 installed for SSRS2005 and all SPs for SQL are up to date.
When we navigate to an existing report via the reporting services website, the report acts like it is trying to run and then returns and error message:
An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details. (rsInternalError) Get Online Help
When we look at the logs we see that the report server cannot initialize the stream from the Catalog table.
aspnet_wp!library!1!08/28/2007-16:52:29:: Call to GetPropertiesAction(/Report Administration/All Process Dates, PathBased). aspnet_wp!chunks!1!08/28/2007-16:52:29:: i INFO: Returning old chunk for: (fd690975-ec5b-4033-9664-81335e3990c0, 'CompiledDefinition', 0) aspnet_wp!library!1!08/28/2007-16:52:29:: e ERROR: Throwing Microsoft.ReportingServices.Diagnostics.Utilities.InternalCatalogException: An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details., Could not initialize stream; Info: Microsoft.ReportingServices.Diagnostics.Utilities.InternalCatalogException: An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details. aspnet_wp!library!1!08/28/2007-16:53:01:: i INFO: Exception dumped to: C:Program FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQL.2Reporting ServicesLogFiles flags= ReferencedMemory, AllThreads, SendToWatson aspnet_wp!chunks!1!08/28/2007-16:53:01:: e ERROR: ### SnapshotConverter(fd690975-ec5b-4033-9664-81335e3990c0, True), Microsoft.ReportingServices.Diagnostics.Utilities.InternalCatalogException: An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details. aspnet_wp!library!1!08/28/2007-16:53:01:: Call to GetSystemPropertiesAction()
How is it possible for others to browse to my localmachine and view the reports? They tried browsing to http://machinename/reports and http://10.1.3.123/reports
But the message the users get is: You are not authorized to view this page.
Then In my localmachine, I changed the IIS setting for the Reports and ReportServer to allow anonymous access. Then the users were able to see the Home page of the reports but not the reports themselves to click on for viewing. Any thoughts please? Thanks
hello when i try to view reports in reports manage i get the following error
The type Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.Analytics.UI.ReportViewerMessages, Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal, Version=184.108.40.206, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c does not implement IReportViewerMessages or could not be found Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.InvalidConfigFileTypeException: The type Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.Analytics.UI.ReportViewerMessages, Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c does not implement IReportViewerMessages or could not be found
The source code that generated this unhandled exception can only be shown when compiled in debug mode. To enable this, please follow one of the below steps, then request the URL:
1. Add a "Debug=true" directive at the top of the file that generated the error. Example:
<%@ Page Language="C#" Debug="true" %>
2) Add the following section to the configuration file of your application:
Note that this second technique will cause all files within a given application to be compiled in debug mode. The first technique will cause only that particular file to be compiled in debug mode.
Important: Running applications in debug mode does incur a memory/performance overhead. You should make sure that an application has debugging disabled before deploying into production scenario. Stack Trace:
I am having multiple URL in multiple zones for my site.I am not able to view SSRS reports on Internet which is in Internet zone where as i can view the same reports on Intranet site having URL in default zone. I m getting the following Error while accessing reports over internet:
" Unable to connect to the remote server.No connection to be made because target machine actively refused."
It would be great help if any one can solve this problem.
Ideally, I'd like to have the reports use windows authentication, ie grab current user/password so long as user does not have to enter it manually. If that is not possible, then how do I make it so user does not have to enter this info manually? My theory is that I have IIS set up incorrectly for doing this, but I'm not familiar enough with either reporting services or IIS to find out.
I have been asked to move our entire system over from SQL2000 to SQL2005, i eventually got our database and Cubes over to 2005 and converted all my reports to 2005 and deployed them successfully on RS2005
All the subscriptions have been made and they seem to work when i click to view them. Although when i create a DDS for all my reports to run then they fail. Now i've got over 5000 reports to build and i'm definately not going to create each report manually. My SQL Reports huild successfully, it just seems to be the MDX Reports with a problem, i;ve checked my stored procs and they seem fine, i've even seen the [Clients].&[All.Clients] difference from SQL2005 ---->&<------ that is not in SQL2000.
If someone has, or has had the same problem before would you please help me. Any advice or suggestions would be more than welcome.
I've got a SQL Reporting Server 2000 SP2 report that takes 3 parameters. FromDT, ToDT, and LocationCD. The first two parameters are free form text fields that expect a date. The last one is a drop down box. For some reason, when I'm viewing the report through the standard reports folder on the report server I have to click the "View Report" button two times to get the report to render. Clicking it just once, doesn't seem to do anything. The report is a line graph.
There are default values in the FromDT and ToDT parameter fields.
Anyone have any ideas what would be causing the need for the second click?
It appears to work fine on my end however on my clients end, whenever they try to print a report that displays perfectly within the report viewer to their printer by selecting the printer button in the report it never ends up printing.., however if they go into printer setup and change the page range to print from all pages to just maybe one page and then select the print button it seems to print fine..
The printer seems to receive the information as the light flashes but no page kick out when all pages is selected to print..
I am having a hard time finding the report path for the web report Viewer in visual studio 2005. I have tried entering the absoute path to the folder containing the reports. this gave the error that the path is invalid. I have also tried reletive paths using / and // in the front of the name for each report. these all fail. could someone please assist with finding the path to the reports? the reports reside on another server away from the one being used for development of the web site.
I got a problem with my project on reporting services. I installed MS SQL Server 2014 (86x version), Report Builder 3.0 (for creating my reports) and Data Tools for my SQL Server.Now I created a report via Report Builder 3.0 with a SAP NetWeaver as a data source. I could create and view it in Report Builder 3.0.
But when I want to view it on my Report Server it doesn't work. I only get this error."An error has occurred during reporting processing. (Processing Aborted) An attempt has been made to use a data extension 'SAPBW' that is either not registered for this report server or is not supported in this edition of Reporting Services. (rsDataExtensionNotFound)" ...
I found on the internet a few solutions. I installed the Data Tools for the 86x version of the SQL Server. Didn't work. And when I want to change some coding in "RSReportDesigner.config" it says that I'm not allowed to save the changes in this directory.
I added a page to exsisting web site. Then I used report viewer to show a report. But when I try to view it in the browser, I get the following error message.
Server Error in '/Website' Application.
The type CustomReportServerConnection, APP_CODE does not implement IReportServerConnection or could not be found Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.InvalidConfigFileTypeException: The type CustomReportServerConnection, APP_CODE does not implement IReportServerConnection or could not be found
Line 272: <asp:View ID="vwWARRatingChangeReport" runat="server"> Line 273: <aspanel ID="pnlWARRatingChangeReport" runat="server" Width="683px"> Line 274: <rsweb:ReportViewer ID="rvWARRatingChageReport" runat="server" Font-Names="Verdana" Font-Size="8pt" Line 275: Height="100%" ProcessingMode="Remote" Width="100%"> Line 276: <ServerReport ReportPath="/CRMReportsQA/ORA/WARRatingsChange" ReportServerUrl="http://wiismab00035038:8095/Reportserver" />
But I created another website using visaul studio in my local machine and then used report viewer to disaply the same report. Its in server mode same as earlier. This one can be viewed without any trouble.
I'm not familiar with ASP.NET thing. Can anyone help me to resolve this one?
Hello SQL Server Experts, Data Analysts, and Report Writers et al:
re: Reporting Options with SQL Server
I wanted to propose an offshoot to the pryor thread:
Would anyone take a stab at comparing Access Reports, Crystal Reports, Cognos or other options to all the Reporting Services and its components offered as part ofSQL Server, especially as to extracting data from SQL Server into a report format?
I guess this is a far as capabilites, ease of use, limitations, and especially formatting or presentation of the end report product?
Thank you to all, and I hope this is a beneficial discussion to others.