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Hi guys i have been following the post:
To implement Sharepoint 2010 Live Id Integration.
I am lost at configuring the microsoft service manager, for this values:
Default Return Url.
I don't understand what i have to put under those values.
I would like somebody to explain me with a practical exemple what is the right way to configure those values succesfully, if you need more information about my specific scenario please let me know.
We have installed SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition on a virtual server (C-SQL) and SharePoint Server 2010 on another virtual server (C-SPOINT),
with the SQL Backend of the SharePoint database residing on C-SQL. This worked fine.
SQL Server was installed with the domain administrator account and SharePoint with an account called 'visi' that has domain administrator privileges.
SSRS on C-SQL was initially installed as a native database. I changed this to a SharePoint integrated database with all authentications done as
the visi user. Report server url was set to the normal http://C-SQL:80/ReportServer/.
On the SharePoint central administration site under General Application Settings -> Reporting Services Integration I filled in the details as
I know - there are lot's of articels, posts, etc.. about configuring Reporting Services in Sharepoint 2010 and I feel like I read them all hundred times at least... but none of them helped me solving my problem.
I have the following Scenario at a customer:
Servername / Functionality
db01 / MsSQL 2008 R2 server (also contains the ReportServer DB - of course it's type is Sharepoint Integrated)
app01 / Sharepoint 2010 Server (Complete Installation) - used as Indexing Server and running some other Service, Central Administration, Reporting Server
*fe01 / Sharepoint 2010 Server (Complete Installation) - used as Frontend Server
*fe02 / Sharepoint 2010 Server (Complete Installation) - used as Frontend Server
*member of Windows NLB
I configured Reporting Services Integration in Central Admin and everything worked perfectly correct - no errors - strike!.
But now comes the "funny" part:
If I open a Report on a Sitecollection like http://app01:1234/ the report is getting rendered and presented - yeah!
But if I open a Report on a Sitecollection like http://NLB-URL/ the report throws an error (damn!):
For more information about this error navigate to the report server on the local server machine, or enable remote errors
I am planning to integrate, facebook comments inside sharepoint 2010, can any one please provide some inputs, i tried
philwicklund.com.facebookparts.wsp it if sharepoint 2007 not 2010 version
Need a little help. Here is the error message I recieve when trying to add the Reporting Services URL in Central Administration
Failed to establish connection with report server. Verify the server URL is correct or review ULS logs for more information. Product area: SQL Server Reporting Services, Category: Configuration Pages
Here is the report from the Log.
10/20/2010 14:31:56.58 w3wp.exe (0x0B6C) 0x05E8 SQL Server Reporting Services Configuration Pages
aabe Medium RS configuration object updated with RSServerUrl=http://sql2/ReportServer, AuthenticationType=Windows 58bcdd3b-13e9-4bd7-8008-718e5fd7202a
10/20/2010 14:31:57.61 w3wp.exe (0x0B6C) 0x05E8 SQL Server Reporting Services SOAP Client Proxy
0000 High Exception encountered for SOAP method GetSystemProperties: System.
When you install SSRS as sharepoint 2010 integrated are then able to create reports using data (lists) from sharepoint? Currently I use access/excel to make more advanced SSRS type reports with logic. I know you can do it directly
on Sharepoint with VS, but I just need quick and dirty ways to do it that I can teach to others quickly.
Note to Administrator: this post is regarding SharePoint 2010, but I was unable to select 2010 for the forum when creating the thread. Please feel free to move it to the appropriate forum.
pre-2010 Moderator Note: I don't understand why not. Please in a later post add a paragraph with how you created the thread.
I've found some instructions on TechNet for configuring SSRS Integration with SharePoint 2010, however they all assume you are starting from scratch. I have a production two-server farm up and running: a web front end and a database server (SQL
2008 R2). Reporting Services is enabled and the SP-Integrated database created on the SQL server.
I tried installing the WFE bits on the SQL server and adding the server to the farm, but I encountered errrors trying to add it to the farm. Does anyone have instructions for adding SSRS Integration to a production farm?
Hi All, I've been scratching my head trying to figure out how to integrate Office Web Apps in to SharePoint 2010 as a hoster. The issue was after following various posts, documents and so on, I could enable the Office Web Apps on the main site collection
but not our organisation as a test tenant. We are running SharePoint 2010 feature pack.
When attempting to add the office feature pack, we would run in to a problem:
Enable-SPFeature : Failed to activate feature 'MobileExcelWebAccess' (id: 'e995e28b-9ba8-4668-9933-cf5c146d7a9f'). To figure out if this was just an issue with the Enterprise Feature
MobileExcelWebAccess, I decided to enable the feature for standard temporarily and discovered a range of services that needed to be added to the feature pack.
So after much thinking about this, we felt that Office Web Apps should be available as a separate feature pack for Foundation, Standard or Enterprise rather than adding to the existing feature packs and migrate the customer, so long as the customer has the
correct SPLA or Volume License.
Based on this, we created 3 new feature packs that supported Office Web Apps. For those who have grappled with this same concept, here are the feature ID's you need to add to t