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Oct 8, 2015

I have build a vb.net class that uses the AxMetadataServiceClient (MS Dynamics Axapta model store) this class works like expected in .net app.When I try to create this assembly in sql it fails with this error

Msg 10300, Level 16, State 2, Line 6

Assembly 'System.EnterpriseServices' references assembly 'System.EnterpriseServices, version=, culture=neutral, publickeytoken= b03f5f7f11 d50a3 a.', which is not present in the current database.

SQL Server attempted to locate and automatically load the referenced assembly from the same location where referring assembly came from, but that operation has failed (reason: version, culture or public key mismatch). Please load the referenced assembly into the current database and retry your request.can't create the assembly since it references it self and can't find it self ?

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May 3, 2015

Ported RabbitMQ over to .NET 3.51 over without the SYstem.ServiceModel dependencies.My SQL CLR Proc invokes rabbit to publish a message but then gets a DNS error because of limited permissions:

RabbitMQ.Client.Exceptions.BrokerUnreachableException: None of the specified endpoints were reachable ---> System.Security.SecurityException: Request for the permission of type 'System.Net.DnsPermission, System, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089'

[Code] .....

What's strange is that I added the RabbitMQ assembly with the unsafe option so it seems like this should just work with no CAS headaches:

           FROM 'c:SqlClrRabbitMQ.Client.dll' WITH PERMISSION_SET = UNSAFE

How do I get by the DNSPermission check in SQL CLR?

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I'm really struggling to get my head around the component lifecycle
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Feb 26, 2008


I'm trying to do something rather weird, but I really need it. I'm trying to launch a SSIS package from a report

I built a custom assembly with one method that loads a package from file and then executes it. The assembly works fine.

I added the custom assembly to the report properties, instantiated the class in the assembly (the method is not static), called the method from the report (a textbox renders the string return value from the method).

I added the

Code Snippet[assembly: System.Security.AllowPartiallyTrustedCallers]
attribute to the AssemblyInfo.cs file

Created the strong name for the assembly.

Got the PublicKeyBlob with ILDASM, used it to add a new CodeGroup with the "StrongNameMembershipCondition" in the policy configuration files of ReportDesigner (RSPreviewPolicy.config), ReportServer (rssrvpolicy.config) and ReportManager (rsmgrpolicy.config).

Copied the dll in the bin folders of ReportServer and Visual Studio PrivateAssemblies.

I keep getting the awfull #Error message on the report when viewing it from ReportManager or ReportServer (in preview mode in VisualStudio all is well because security is not applied to user code).

I tried debugging:
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- marked the report as the Startup Item
I get a SecurityException in debug and debuglocal modes when I try to instantiate a SSIS package.

Code SnippetPackage = new Package();

While digging in the exception call stack, it turns out I lack a permission for accessing unmanaged code (the source assembly of the exception is mscorlib). Also in the ouput window, while starting debugging i see a lot of SystemArgument exceptions in mscorlib.

I am perfectly aware that in order to be able to launch a SSIS package from code I referenced Microsoft.SqlServer.DtsRuntimeWrap.dll, so in desperation I added another CodeGroup in the aforementioned config files for this dll (StrongNameMembershipCondition) and copied the assembly in the deployment folders.

1: I would really like to know how to get the whole thing working. I find rather strange that even though I set the FullTrust

PermissionSet for my assembly (and the Microsoft.SqlServer.DtsRuntimeWrap assembly) I keep getting security exceptions.

While exploring the web for help I saw I need to assert all individual permissions for every restricted resource I'm accessing in the custom assembly, problem is I don't know exactly which ones I'm accessing and, being new to .NET security, I don't know how.

Surely I need to assert a file IO permission to load the package from file, a sqlclientpermission if I am accessing SqlServer in the package, and perhaps a unmanagedcode permission, given the the exception I described earlier (perhaps the Microsoft.SqlServer.DtsRuntimeWrap assembly is not managed code or is accessing some other unmanaged assembly).

Again, I wouldn't know how.

...and last

2: I tried modifying the assembly to only load a string from a file.. I had some problems with security but I got it working once, but I haven't figured out how exactly 'cause when fiddling around to understand things, I lost the working configuration. Really stupid, I know....
While testing this version of the assembly I followed an advice I found on some blog and restarted IIS and Reporting Services system service..

Is this always necessary after modifying the assembly source ? Do I need to restart every time both IIS AND Reporting Services

I would really appreciate every bit of help or advice anyone has to offer.

Thanks in advance.

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I need some help please.
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After red the threads I tried to use gacutil.exe to add my assembly to the cache.
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What made me wrong?
Is there an easier workaround?
Have someone a good Idea could help me?

Hope to hear you soon.

Best regards,

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Hello Everyone,

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Description="Translation Helper Utility">
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I don't get any error messages in the report, I just don't get any image output, either. The rest of the report elements render correctly. Of course, the SSRS log files are useless. Enabling the Verbose trace switch doesn't yield any useful information, I don't think, except that in the lines pertaining to running my signature-enabled report there are no mentions of even attempting to use my custom assembly.

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I did the
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namespace Calculations


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I'm at a complete loss now as to why my deployment cannot run this code. As far as debugging goes, Visual Studio is not located on the reporting server, nor is it an option to have it put there. I've been able to run the code with the web service lines commented out, but as soon as I put even the webservice.Credentials = CredentialCache.DefaultCredentials in I'm greeted with the nice and calming #Error.

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The full text of the error is:
Error while loading code module: Reporting, Version=1.0.2778.12272, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null. Details: Could not load file or assembly 'Reporting, Version=1.0.2778.12272, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' or one of its dependencies. Access is denied.

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Hi all,

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The scenario is that:
A text box into my report require a function contained into MyCustom.dll. This code do read information from MyCustom.dll.config.

This file contains:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<add name="IS2009cfg" connectionString="data source=servernameinstancename;initial catalog=dbname;user id=xx;password=yy;" />
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MyCustom.dll and MyCustom.dll.config are located into locations of Report Server and Report Designer, with this Build Events on succesfully build:

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copy "...mydeveloplocation...inDebugMyCustom.dll" "C:Program FilesMicrosoft Visual Studio 8Common7IDEPrivateAssembliesMyCustom.dll"
copy "...mydeveloplocation...inDebugMyCustom.dll.config" "C:Program FilesMicrosoft Visual Studio 8Common7IDEPrivateAssembliesMyCustom.dll.config"
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copy "...mydeveloplocation...inDebugMyCustom.dll" "C:Program FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQL.4Reporting ServicesReportServerinMyCustom.dll"
copy "...mydeveloplocation...inDebugMyCustom.dll.config" "C:Program FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQL.4Reporting ServicesReportServerinMyCustom.dll.config"

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Many thank's in advance

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In A1 there is a bit of code which uses the Assembly.Load() method, so load another assembly and use instances of class found in that external assembly. However, when I run the managed stored proc in A1 that uses Assembly.Load() I get the error:

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So I changed the Assembly.Load() to use


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I am using the QRCode4CS class [URL] .... to generate QR codes.

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public class CreateQRCodeClass
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Here is the custom code I am using.

Public Function QRCode(ByVal RetailerId As String) as Byte()
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Here is the revised custom assembly.

public class CreateQRCodeClass
public static byte[] CreateQRCodeImage(string inputString)
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[Code] ....

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I need help resolving a permissions error Im taking in a SQL RS 2005 report.
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Function rtf2text(ByVal rtf As String) As String
Dim rtfcontrol As New System.Windows.Forms.RichTextBox
rtfcontrol.Rtf = rtf
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Catch ex as Exception
Return ex.Message
End Try
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I have a text box with the following expression:
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And Ive verified, by removing the code.rtf2text command that is populated with the following:
tf1ansiansicpg1252deff0deflang1033{fonttbl{f0fromanfprq2fcharset0 Times New Roman;}{f1fnilfcharset0 Arial;}} viewkind4uc1pardif0fs32 ** Ending Quote Comments **par 0i0f1fs17par }
When I run the preview in Visual Studio is correctly strips the RTF and displays just ** Ending Quote Comments **?. When I RUN locally or deploy to a SQL RS 2005 Server and run the report I take the following error:
Request for the permission of type 'System.Security.Permissions.UIPermission, mscorlib, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089' failed.
Ive tried everything that I can think of on the server to make this work.
I finally put together a Win 2003 box with SQL 2005, IIS, and RS 2005 running on it in a virtual machine to be 100% sure I had a standard clean install and deployed the report and Im getting the same error.
Below Ive included a basic standalone RDL file that demonstrates my issue. I get the error referenced above when I deploy the RDL below. Any ideas or suggestions are greatly appreciated?

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Report xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sqlserver/reporting/2005/01/reportdefinition" xmlns:rd="http://schemas.microsoft.com/SQLServer/reporting/reportdesigner">
<Textbox Name="textbox21">
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