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Migrated from Windows 2000 ASP.NET 1.1 to Windows 2003, ASP.NET 2.0 and had this error. All the forums/MSDN/Blogs says to give Read/Write Access to C:\Windows\Temp folder. Why should we give Full Access to some folder in Production server?? In windows 2000, ASP.NET 2.0 development machine, no files are created when we run crystal reports from aspx pages. Then why in Windows 2003 servers, we need to give rights to temp folder?? It is a simple code
And the code is not storing anything on the disk. Then why should it store the GUID.rpt file in Temp file in Windows 2003 server?? Any alternative is there not to store anything on the disk when Crystal Reports are opened in aspx page??
I am having a terrrible time getting this to work. I have configured the SharePoint site and the SQL Servers involved to use Kerberos. That has been confirmed working.
I then configured the SharePoint site's Reporting Services integration (trusted account), enabled anonymous access and enabled report builder. I can launch report builder without any issues at all. The problem comes when I try to save my report. When Report
Builder is started Items->New-ReportBuilder Report it opens and display in the lower left hand corner "No current report server." When I close the Wizard dialog and click connect I enter
http://server.fqdn.net and I receive the following error:
Unable to connect to the server that is specified in the URL, 'http://servername.fqdn.net/'.
Make sure that the server is running, the URL is correct, and you have permission to use the server.
I have also tried http://servername.fqdn.net/reportsserver/. When I try that I receive a login prompt. When I enter my credentials it tries for a few seconds and then sends another login prompt. I installed
the report server using default settings. The reporting services db is on the same server as sharepoint. The configuration and other databases are on a remote S
I'm getting a weird little thing on one of my sub-sites that I am looking to see if anyone has insight into. I have a parent site collection (1) that has a child sub-site (2). The child sub-site then has it's own sub-site (3). On 3 I
have users that have full control. This is the only site they have full control on. When they use the site actions drop down to go to create page. They get access denied. If they go to View All Site Content and click on create
they do not get the access denied error.
What I found is that if I go to the parent site 1 that you can only create pages from site actions if you are a site collection administrator. These users do not need to be site administrators on the parent site.
Does anyone know if there is a setitng somewhere that needs to be changed? I can't find anything.
I am new to access can anyone tell how to Export access report to excel use SQL or VBA
We have a strange issue with our sharepoint server in that when accessing the sharepoint site through http reports work, when accessing through https, reports dont work. I am not a sharepoint expert by any means but have been tasked with fixing the
problem. here is what I have observed:
When accessing sharepoint via http://FQDN_of_Site I am taken to the login page to login. Once authenticated, the client portal (non-secure, http) is displayed and I have the option to run several reports. Clicking the report link displays
the report as expected.
When accessing sharepoint via https://FQDN_of_Site I an taken to the login page to login. Once authenticated, the client portal (secure, https) is dispalyed and I have the option to run several reports. Clicking the report link
results in the following error:
The item 'https://FQDN_of_Site/Reports/Report_Name.rdl' cannot be found. (rsItemNotFound)
The server does have a vaild SSL cert.
There are three serveres being used. One server for SQL, One Server for Sharepoint, One Server for Reports
As a recap:
https://FQDN_of_Site/Client_Name/ReportList.aspx does not work
I found a great thread by Uday titled "SQL 2008 Reporting Services Win XP SP2" and worked through it, but I am still stumped.
I am using port 8080 cause this was default. I tried changeing to 80, but it didn't help, so changed back. IIS is using port 80 and is currently stopped.
I see both databases in SQL Server and can query while logged in as Account that is used for the service account. SSRS is running.
URL reservations look good in the rsreportserver.config file. In Native mode.
While in RS Config Manger I can test database connection and it is good. When I click the webservice URL or the Report Manger URL in the Config Manager I get errors "Web site can not be found" and "Website can not display page" I just
upgraded to IE 8. Can't figure out what to do next.
When I use httpcfg.exe I see a URL for http://+:8080/ReportServer/ and http://+:80/Reports/. This could be the problem. How can I chages seconfd to port 8080?
Any help would be appreciated.
I am getting an error while trying to create a dataset in SSRS.
"An error occurred while loading the query designer 'OLEDB-MD'. Only text based query designer will be loaded."
The "Query Designer" command is getting disabled.
FYI:ÃÂ I was able toÃÂ create successful connection while created the sharedÃÂ DataSource to the AS db, which I used to create my dataset.
Please guide me in getting through this error..
Thanks in advance
Hi to all,
I am working on sharepoint 2010 ,My task is how can generate the report for sharepoint 2010 through access 2010 as we all knew that it is very easy to generate the report
in access and access has know web computability
I created the list containing student information and want to generate the report for the list i want to connect for access for the generation of reports which
helps me to view information what i need.