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SQL Server Mobile Reports (nee Datazen) is only available on SSRS 2016.


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What you are asking about is broad architecture rather than specific issues. I dont believe there will be a single document that gives you a step by step guide. If your vendor is making this reccomendation you could ask them to explain thier design with at least some basic documentation and diagrams that help you understand the layout. If you are ...


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Well, it was difficult to solve, but with the help of our sysadmin and reading through lot of places, we managed to get it working. It was a mix of things, but the 2 main ones were changing some parameters on SSRS config file: Change <Add Key="SecureConnectionLevel" Value="0"/> to <Add Key="SecureConnectionLevel" Value="3"/> Make sure that <...


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Adding the account you are logging in on your OS will allow for you to connect to SSRS. You are provided with a 403 error message directly related to an access denied. The type of access being denied here is at the database level, mainly for the Reportserver$ database. Your OS login is unable to personify NT SERVICE since it does not have a login on the ...


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SSRS Report Definition Language for SQL Server Reporting Services 2014 cannot be reliably imported into previous versions of SQL Server Reporting Services. The Report Definition Schema files were modified in 2010; SSRS 2014 uses that version, which supports features that are not supported in the 2008 version of the schema. The 2010 schema is at: http://...


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I found the solution for my situation... I went into Printer Settings & checked the "Always Use Driver Settings" under the "Override Application Default Settings." This caused the printer to always print in the correct orientation.


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I was able to hack together a solution from a few different blogs- function Add-SSRSItemSecurity ( [Parameter(Position=0,Mandatory=$true)] [Alias("url")] [string]$webServiceUrl, [Parameter(Position=1,Mandatory=$true)] [Alias("path")] [string]$itemPath, [Parameter(Position=2,Mandatory=$true)] [Alias("u")] [string]$...


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It's stored in the Content column in the Catalog table as XML, and the Content column is in binary - so you'll need to decode it from binary and find the Enabled XML element. For example, this will give you a list of the shared Data Sources with their enabled/disabled status: ;WITH XMLNAMESPACES -- XML namespace def must be the first in with clause. (...


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https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/reporting-services/report-design/add-a-hyperlink-to-a-url-report-builder-and-ssrs ... add a hyperlink On the Action tab, select Go to URL. An additional section appears in the dialog box for this option. In Select URL, type or select a URL or an expression that evaluates to a URL, or click the drop-down arrow and ...


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Look into rs.exe (installed with SQL reporting services configuration). Is uses a vbscript syntax but it will allow you to do data source updates with command line/script. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms162839.aspx Here is an example of the call to RS.EXE that you could put in a cmd or bat file. If there is only one instance of SSRS and it is ...


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With Visual Studio with SSDT-BI installed you can create new shared DataSources or copy/paste them. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms155845(v=sql.120).aspx


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You need to look at the Execution logs. On your Report Server database, there's a view called ExecutionLog3. You can query this view by date and find how the user was running the report. USE [ReportServer] GO SELECT * FROM dbo.ExecutionLog3 AS el WHERE el.TimeStart >= '2016-08-02'


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