I created a report with SQL Server Reporting Services. It displayed some data and the toolbar with list of checkboxes that defined which columns should be displayed on the report (see the screenshot below). The problem was the font on the toolbar didn’t match the font on the report, i.e. it was huge in comparison to the report. In short …
Once you deploy reports on to Report Server they can be accessed from any Web application with an established URL. However, I see a scenario when one wants to prevent some users from accessing reports (e.g. a user should be able to view reports presenting only their personal information).
The way around this is to view reports on an aspx …
Reporting Services – “Your browser does not support scripts or has been configured not to allow scripts.”
When I run a report in the Report Manager using Internet Explorer (I had this issue on IE7) I got the following error:
Your browser does not support scripts or has been configured not to allow scripts.
Should you get it as well follow the instruction below:
- go to (from its menu) Tools/Internet Options
- go to Security tab
I believe Reporting Services are very powerful tool for report generation. Unfortunately the installation process can be time consuming as you might face some problems with the cofiguration… Of course such problems can be the reason of unsufficient knowledge in SQL Server configuration and management, etc.
Anyway, blank Report Manager screen can be one of the problems, which displays as …
If you want to create a report in 5 mins, you should follow this tutorial.
All requirement software can be found there. I installed the following:
The tutorial instructs you how to create the report (RDL file): how to define the data source, layout and how to preview the report.
Once you’re done, you can use Report Manager to deploy …
Imagine you have a report that displays some data and the number of columns cannot be defined at the design stage, i.e. the number of columns depends on user input. That seems to cause some problems when you want to render this report with Reporting Services…
Note: The described solution applies to the case when RDLC files are used …
In one of the projects I had to create reports (using Reporting Services) that then should be accessible from the application I’ve been developing.
As the first thing I created the reports themselves (RDL files), deployed them using the Report Manager (more often
http://localhost/Reports$SQLExpress), and configured so I could access them. However, each time I accessed a …
In this post I’ll describe how to deploy RDL files using Report Manager (more often
Note: This description applies to the situation where Microsoft SQL Server is used.
- Go to Report Manager
- Too keep all clean, you can create a folder in which you will keep all your reports
- Create the data source, if not yet