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I did an inplace upgrade of SSRS 2005 to 2008 and now the reports are throwing the following error. The reports were all working fine and there is a datasource with the name 'Data Source Name' without the '_'. Please help.
We moved our databases to new hardware today (using copy database wizard)
The new hardware should be better than the old one.
We went from 28 GB ram to 128 GB.
We went from 16 cores to 32 cores (with even more cache etc.). We also moved from external SAN with 40 disks to intern disks (8
Samsung SS805 100gb ssd slc)
According to our own metrics we could get twice the IO using IO m
I have a SQL 2005 to 2008 upgrade that is failing.
I have tried:
- Slipstreaming SP1 in with install and repairing
I cannot find any good ideas on the web. Any ideas would be appreciated.
TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Setup
The following error has occurred:
Wait on the Database Engine recovery handle failed. Check the SQL Server error log for potential causes.
For help, click:
These services failed
Running post-windows installer configuration timing actions
Database engine services
SQL Server Replication
Here is the LOG file for the Upgrade:
I am running the version of SQL I listed in the title and like I said, I believe it is SQL Express 2005 SP1 and I just want to upgrade to SP3. I tried installing it via Microsoft Update, but that failed without giving me any detail as to why.
When I try to run the SQL Exp 2005 SP3 installer (SQLEXPR.EXE) it just acts like it is going to install a new instance of it.
I saw a post about an unattended upgrade, but frankly I'm not very familiar with that and not really comfortable with doing it. Is there not an installer I can run that will just upgrade to SP3?
Thanks to anyone who can provide some assistance for me, I appreciate it.
We have recently converted .rdl SSRS 2005 files to SSRS 2008 .rdl files. We do not have SSRS 2008 R2, we are working with the first release. We are seeing issues when exporing a report to .pdf format:
1) when rendered in HTML, the function that displays page numbers (ie:page 1 of 2) for the report are correct. The standard function "Globals!TotalPages" is used to get the count
of pages. We previewed a report in html in reports manager that had 1777 pages. when the report is exported to .pdf the last page displays page 1777 of 1816, even though there is no more pages beyond 1777.
2)When rendering the report in html a value is shown as "Caretaker1" but when exporting to adobe .pdf version 9.3, the same value is shown as "Caretaker2".
One of our issues is
i have licensed Microsoft VS 2005 with .Net Framework Version 2.0.50727.
How can i upgrade the VS 2010 with .Net Framework Version 4.0?