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I would like to get HTML from an SSRS report, using an HttpClient in .NET 5, like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-22 at 20:52
You can filled Access-Control-Allow-Origin with https://localhost:44357 For information, the server must returned on header the url of client.
Following the below article, I was able to deploy one report to SSRS thought command line:
What I should modify in order to deploy all the reports in my folder? the VB.NET file or RS.exe command arguments?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-06 at 08:54
Answer was given here SQL expert:
Having hard time getting ReportViewer control to run reports that have optional (NULL) parameters.
Reports are running fine directly on SSRS within browser, but when I try to run them inside ASP NET WebForm app I am getting null reference errors if optional parameter is set to null (null checkbox is cheeked).
I am getting this (misleading) StackTrace message: at icrosoft.ReportingServices.Common.DateTimeUtil.ParseDateToDefaultFormat => seems that this is some date parsing issue but parameters was integers, strings (no date time parsing is required).
I am using Microsoft.ReportViewer.WebForms, Version=126.96.36.199 with SSRS 2017 and sample app is built using this official documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/reporting-services/application-integration/integrating-reporting-services-using-reportviewer-controls-get-started?view=sql-server-ver15...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-09 at 17:45
I had the same issue after upgrading to 150.1427.0 version of nuget package. It appears when I pass int or datetime values as parameters
Exception: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
at Microsoft.ReportingServices.Common.DateTimeUtil.ParseDateToDefaultFormat(String strDateTime, CultureInfo formatProvider)
at Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.ServerReport.SetParameters(IEnumerable`1 parameters)
According to the release notes they "Fixed a datetime parsing issue affecting certain locales." https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/reporting-services/application-integration/release-notes-ssrs-application-integration?view=sql-server-ver15
So I downgraded to version 150.1404.0 and the issue has gone
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-05 at 10:25
You simply need to use the secondary axis like this
Right-click one of the bars and select "series properties"
Then click "Axes and chart Area" Then Vertical Axis - Secondary You will see the Axis move to the right. (Actually the primary axis on the left is disabled and the secondary axis on the right is enabled)
Azure SQL Database supports Full recovery model and we can't change the recovery model of Azure SQL Databases.
As mentioned here while making report server all application data is stored in reportserver and reportservertempdb.
According to the specific recommendations reportserver follows full recovery model and reportservertempdb follows simple recovery model.
So is it only the reason that reportservertempdb follows simple recovery model and that is not supported by Azure SQL database we can't configure SSRS on Azure SQL Database or there is something else too.
Please help me out with this with docs or links....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-05 at 01:41
Azure SQL single database doesn't support SSRS. And Azure SQL database product team said they have no plan to add it.
You can continue configure the SSRS for Azure SQL managed instance or use if for SQL Server in VMs.
Ref this feedback:
I'm trying to write c# code to automatically extract data from this report. Right now, I manually export data in excel by pressing save icon and use it as an input to my c# app but I'd like to automate this. Things I've tried:
- Get access to WSDL to add as a service link using URL like this
https://server/reportserver/ReportService2010.asmx?wsdl(source). I've tried
https://enterprisereports.contoso.com/ReportService2010.asmx?wsdl- all I get is either 404 or the item cannot be found.
- export the report via url by using
https:///reportserver?/Sales/YearlySalesSummary&rs:Format=Excel&rs:Command=Render(source). I've tried
https://enterprisereports.contoso.com/NA_REPORTS/report/HR/HR%20Department/Open/Roster&rs:Format=Excel&rs:Command=Render. I got this
The path of the item /HR/HR Department/Open/Roster&rs:Format=Excel&rs:Command=Render' is not valid. The full path must be less than 260 characters long; other restrictions apply. If the report server is in native mode, the path must start with slash. (rsInvalidItemPath) Get Online Help
Is there an easy way to extract data from the report?
Note1: I'm new to SRSS.
Note2: I know that the report uses data stored somewhere (probably sql instance) but all I have is the link to the report. Getting access to the internal is not an option for me: 1) don't know who to ask 2) will be a long process 3) not sure the access would be granted :(....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-21 at 17:48
The "ReportService2010" service is for management, not for rendering. You want the "ReportExecution2005" service.
The link to the report probably looks like this:
Assume I have a PowerBI report server at the following version: PowerBI Report Server Version: 1.5.7074.36177 (May 2019)
Assume I have a report at a URL like the following that will run in a browser with no params:
I'd like to use URL Access as a means to export a report to PDF rather than opening in a browser.
The following URL results in a redirect to the top-level reports folder with no PDF exported:
I also tried this variation of the URL, which also results in a redirect to the top-level reports folder with no PDF exported:
And this variation of the URL, which redirects to what appears to be a directory listing of reports in the folder (again with no PDF):
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-19 at 17:26
You may want to try the alternative URL syntax that is available, as none of your examples are in this format and it is the one I have always used with SSRS exports:
I am trying to display values in a list depending on the values passed in from a parameter. I have the following code in the expression builder:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-23 at 00:16
Thank you Alan Schofield. It does have a label property, that worked perfectly.
I need some help installing SSRS. I am following this link’s instructions. I have installed the report server but am receiving this error when trying to connect to configure it in the Report Server Configuration Manager. I don’t quite understand the error message. Any ideas? Thanks
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-08 at 14:19
Context: I have a web application written in Python using Flask. I need to embed some reporting utility in the application and would like to use SSRS.
Question: I've investigated a few MSDN resources including the following:
It appears that this route would require implementing Sharepoint. Is this true? Is there any way to embed SSRS reports in webpages without needing to use Sharepoint?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-07 at 04:06
Sharepoint is definitely not required. But there are different options with different tradeoffs.
Simplest is to add
rs:embed=true to a report URL and load it in an iframe, which works great if your users can authenticate to SSRS using Windows Integrated Auth. This doc details how to embed into SharePoint using this technique, but it works equally well for any custom app, so long as the user can authenticate to SSRS.
Other options are outlined here: Integrating Reporting Services into Applications
The most useful one is SSRS URL Access.
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