January 2009 Entries
I decided to install sql server 2008 and all went well suprisingly But after trying to connect to Reporting Services 2008 and tried running Reporting Services Configuration Manager I get error :"No report servers were found. Details: Invalid namespace" Below is a solution i was from one of the MSDN posts: Steps to modify the ReportingServices.MOF file to fix this issue: 1. Locate the existing MOF file (example: %ProgamFiles%\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS10.SQL2008\Repor... Services\ReportServer\bin\r... ......
I was gettng this error when trying to call the Sharepoint's webservice from my asp.net page.
The resolution for this is putting the following code in the web.conig.
i.e. enable impersonation in your web.config and deny anonymous access in IIS
Hope this helps
I tried loading up my Reporting Services 2005 on my visra machine today via url: http://localhost/reports/Pa... And it loaded up blank which i means i couldn't see my Report Folders and DataSources etc but i ccould see the menu like home,my subscribtion etc.. So i taught let me give the Report Server a try at http://localhost/ReportServer and i go an error insufficent permission I was too sure it was a permission issue so i checked IIS and made sure Windows Auth was enable and Anonymouse ......
I came across Microsoft Chart Controls for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 I think Microsoft has made a good move on this and having looked at the samples and used it in a small project. Its See more here One error i came across was : The temp directory in chart handler configuration is not accessible And what it is when you look in to your web.config you will find this TAG in the appSettings: <add key="ChartImageHandler" value="Storage=file;Timeout... When you drag the Chart ......