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If you lose you ReportServer database you may re-deploy reports, data sources and datasets, but you will lose all subscriptions, schedules and report parts that users may have created. Friday, June 25, 2010 6:13 PM Reply | Quote Answers 1 Sign in to vote Recently started working with Sharepoint 2010. Yipee kai yeaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh!!!! A lot of the help out on the web point to Kerberos authentication. http://chatflow.net/failed-to/failed-to-establish-a-tcp-connection-itap.html

I am NOT able to browse to this location from ANY other machines though. SharePoint : Add Event receiver to List programmatically We may sometimes have need to create Event recivers as a DLL and use it for a particular List. e) Click on Ok, You will get a successful page. Email Subscription Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

There is a pretty exhaustive guide on how to set it up and for extra help, this blog post is pretty good too, and if you follow the steps, you get your SQL server isn't on the same server as your Central Admin) you will likely encounter configuration issues surrounding authentication, and there is a great deal of confusion about what it ReportServerTempDB is where Reporting Services stores session and execution data, cached reports, and work tables that are generated by the report server.

  1. I have installed SP 2010 on the SQL server and joined it to the farm (with the web app inactive).
  2. No Luck here.... 5.
  3. Thank you.
  4. To solve the error mentioned above you need the following information: What is the SQL Server Reporting Services instance you are trying to reach?
  5. LL#7691 created on Mar 26th, 2012, last modified on Mar 22nd, 2013 Issue Receive an error: "The user session is lost, no specific reason has been set." when logging into StruxureWare

No luck here 6. Please follow these steps to integrate reportaing services with SharePoint: 1) Login to the Reporting Services server and make sure that the service is up and running, and double check that Wednesday, October 12, 2011 3:15 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Awesome, Thank you for this fix. https:///ReportServer Nah...

I found only two metal pads in… MORE BARGAIN! - matt's debates: […] I don't know if this is better or worse than last time? […] Matt Thornton: Hi Ingo. This is because your IIS application pools are still running in mixed mode. A connection to the database is required for all requests and processing. (rsReportServerDatabaseUnavailable) While the error is descriptive enough to let you know that Reporting Services could not find the report it worked!!!!!

Login Screen appears as expected, but when attempting to login with theuser name/password; It times out and comes with the message 'Failed to establish connection with server' Product Line SmartStruxure Solution The Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint Integrated mode is installed in all SharePoint Web Front End(WFE)s. When installing (or upgrading) WebReports you must enter this information on each occasion as this information is not retained from previous installations. Also, if you go to Central Admin and go to General Application Settings > Reporting Services Integration, when you fill in the details to connect to reporting services, you'll hit an

No Luck here.... 5. The Report Server catalog database is configured in SharePoint Integrated mode. RadAsyncUpload - RadAsyncUpload does not have permission to write files in the TemporaryFolder Today I deployed a aspx page (with telerik : RadAsyncUpload) control in a new environment and come up For Instance, you need to activate a feature while creating a web site or sub site using some sit...

Thursday, September 09, 2010 11:37 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Good Morning, I am receiving the same error as outlined initially in this thread. Check This Out It's not part of SQL Server 2008 R2 install of reporting services. From my testing, the account you are using to integrate SharePoint with Reporting services, in Central Administration,has to be in the Users group and the Administrators group on the server. Keep in mind that in some environments the ReportServer database may be hosted in a separate SQL Server database instance and the ReportServer database may have been renamed to other than

So basically navigate to report configuration manager and then go to web service url and remove all the SSL related entries in the advanced window. Tried it again and now Thank Heavens ..... Verify the server URL is correct or review ULS logs for more information. Source do know you where virtual directory is located.

No luck still......man what do I do now (losing my hair over this at this point) 7. This willnow allow login tothe WebReports URL using your web browser. MORE BARGAIN!

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Product area: SQL Server Reporting Services, Category: Configuration Pages and, in the ULS logs, an error like: SQL Server Reporting Services Configuration Pages Failed to retrieve RS configuration information: System.Net.WebException: The Puduvayal - My native place My Village - Puduvayal Nature, Agriculture & Business Hi, I went to my native place few months ago (Feb 6,2007) and i enjoyed the trip a... What this does is that it configures the IIS for you depending on what Virtual Directory names you had declared. I think that depends what version of SharePoint you're accessing.

Repeat it for Report Manager URL as well. After reading the below article, I re-created the Report DB and set the report server mode from Native Mode to SharePoint Integrated Mode, and the error disappearred. user=local\sharepoint, url=http://gaine-sql8/ReportServer/ReportService2010.asmx51e3fab7-baee-446e-8bc4-eec0a0cf9e35 06/25/2010 06:57:28.93 | High Failed to retrieve RS configuration information: System.InvalidOperationException: Client found response content type of '', but expected 'text/xml'. http://chatflow.net/failed-to/failed-to-establish-gavdp-connection.html Posted by BalaKrishnan at 6:17 AM Labels: Error and Resolution, SharePoint 1 comment: Daneille Miller said...

In this case the ULS log is very helpful indeed as it seems that SharePoint maintains its own certificate store which does not contain any of the usual certificates. I have setup RS with the configuration tool for SP integration. Alternate cause: SSL However recently I have found a new type of issue that causes this, here’s the ULS extract; An operation failed because the following certificate has validation errors:nnSubject Name: To your surprise, there is more than one database involved.

thx^^ Thursday, September 09, 2010 8:15 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, The error 0x80090005 may be due to the Reporting Services service account is changed.