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Building Web Services to provide enterprise-level solutions is only the first step. You need to take care of the infrastructure aspects of your solution as well, including provisioning, billing, security, and reporting. In this article, the author uses the .NET Framework and SQL Server 2000 to design a provisioning system that will take care of all these housekeeping tasks. He discusses the general requirements of a Web Service provisioning system, walks through the implementation, and then outlines various scenarios for putting this system to work.
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1.What is Clientaccesspolicy.xml in sharepoint ?
2.What is Crossdomain.xml ?
What is usage of wcf service deploy in sharepoint 2010?
Kindly give me some valuable comments ?
We have Usage Analysis enabled on our employee portal farm. The SSP in this farm crawls all local SharePoint sites and one child farm. When we view search and query reports, one of the site collections (in a dedicated web app) is missing.
All other web apps/site collections appear in the search/query reports. The missing site collection is using the standard search pages and web parts - no customization with the object model that might break usage logging.
Has anyone else ran into this or know the solution?
Our client has a SharePoint (moss2007) site on Windows 2008, SQL2008 R2 Enterprise, and Reporting service is integrated with SharePoint
The authentication on the share point integration is set to windows, else the authentication for the SSAS datasource gives and error
The extranet zone ( forms) and intranet (Customer Forms) and default (Windows) zones are all access from inside the firewall and the reports render in each with no issues, as the datasources are configured to pass a sql username and password.
However, report rendering is a problem from the internet (external site), the following error is displayed:
Microsoft provided 3 example reports for Sharepoint report usage. Does anyone know where they are located? I used them about 2 years ago.
How can you create strongly typed datasets using an access database against access select statements that use parameters?
The problem is VS.Net doesn't allow select queries with parameters to be dragged onto a form, it only allows access queries without parameters!
I also tried the dataadapter wizard, but again it only allows me to select queries without parameters?
Many thanks in advance
I have the following configuration MOSS 2007 + SSRS 2005 running in moss integrated mode.
I have a bunch of reports in the MOSS 2007 document library and I'm looking for a way to do the following:
From a custom web part, when user clicks some button pass parameters selected by user on a web part to a report and export report to a fileshare.
I've tried to cope with subscriptions but I can't find how I can override reports parameters. It seems to me that I have to deal with SSRS service model directly since I wasn't able to find any other API.
So the question is how to do that with SSRS web services from MOSS web part programmatically? Maybe there is another way?
Hello all ,
can i use Microsoft Access Queries with ADO.net like Stored Procedures in SQL Server ?
Thanks in advance
I am able to access reports from my computer that has the SQL Server (2008) installed, but can't seem to access from other computers in the network. All I get is
"The permissions granted to user 'MyComputerName\Guest' are insufficient for performing this operation. (rsAccessDenied)"
Can someone please help?
I tried creating user "MyComputerName\Guest" and assign permission to view reports, but still cannot get it to work. Am I doing something wrong?
Here are some details from my Report Services Configuration Manager
Service Account is set up to Use built-in account : Network Service
Current Report Server Database
SQL Server Name : MyComputerName\ServerName
Database Name : ReportServer$ServerName
Report Server Mode : Native
Current Report Server Database Credential
Credential : SQL Account
Login : sa
Password : **********
I'm designing some reports to summarize recently compiled research findings. These reports are going to be posted on an ASP.NET page (via the report control) on the web site. I do not want to authenticate users, as the findings are meant to be
public and requiring users to register and authenticate would add a barrier and is likely to decrease traffic.
I've seen similar posts where reports are meant to be viewed by everyone on an intranet and permissions could be set using a designated workgroup. I need alternative solutions to the problem of making a report viewable by everyone who visits a site.
I'm also currently unfamiliar with Kerberos (and I know that will probably pop up as a potential solution), so if there's a convenient way outside of that it would be great.
We've got a Sharepoint 2010 infrastructure that we're going to need to audit in a "who has access to what" type of report. Complicating things a bit is that we're using AD groups, so SharePoint often doesn't seem to know who's in whatever AD group, they
just know the group has access.
But our auditors want to know what no-kidding-human-being has access to what. I was wondering if there is a native way to do this, and if not, any recommendations on third party software approaches? Thanks so much!