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Posted on 2007-11-15
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hello sir
i am making a report using reporting service and sucessfully deploye it .
sir when i am using a seperate webform and adding reportviewer control then it works finelly
and shows all the result according to expectation
but when i try to implement it in our project then it gives error

•      The permissions granted to user 'HSS-63\ASPNET' are insufficient for performing this operation. (rsAccessDenied)

can you tell me why it is happening

thanks in advance
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Question by:HanuSoftware
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by:Salim Fayad
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You have to give to the user 'HSS-63\ASPNET' the role 'Content Manager' on the folder of your reports. You can do that from the 'Report Manager'
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by:HanuSoftware
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from where we get this 'Report Manager' in 'Reporting Service Configeration' or some where else

i am new for reporting service plese tell the Clear process or steps if possible or some hint
Thanks
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Here are the steps:
1. You go to the page: http://yourreportserver/Reports/Pages/Folder.aspx
     where "yourreportserver": is your report server
2. You click on your folder that holds your reports
3. You click on the tab "Properties"
4. You click on "New Role Assignment"
5. In the textbox "Group or user name:", enter your user 'HSS-63\ASPNET'
6. Check the checkbox "Content Manager"
7. Click on "Ok"
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by:thewayne73
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The eagle's solution worked perfectly...THANK YOU.  
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You are most welcome thewayne73.
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