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Report Manager URL http:///Reports is not working in SharePoint Integrated Mode

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hello Friends,

I am ali, I am so confused why the Report manager URL(http://<servername>/Reports is not working in sharpoint integrated mode. 

In my local system

1. at the time of SQL Server 2008 R2 installation Reporting services enabled In Native mode.
2  In Reporting service config manager tool http://<serverName>/Reports URL is working in Native mode. Here i am able to create New Roles.
3. In Reporting service config tool When i create a new database in sharepoint integrated mode, the the Report Manager URL http://<ServerName>/Reports not working, gettig this error "This operation is not supported on a report server that is configured to run in SharePoint integrated mode. (rsOperationNotSupportedSharePointMode)"
4 . From both databases(In native mode and sharepointmode) the the webservice URL http://<servername>/ReportServer working fine.

Reporting Services Config manager :


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