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SSRS - action cancelled error in IE

Posted on 2008-06-25
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I have a report I created in SSRS 2005.  When I launch it through a URL a dialog box comes up asking if I want to save or view the file.  Once I click on "view" I get an error saying: Action Cancelled, Internet Explorer was unable to link to the Web page you requested. The page might be temporarily unavailable.   but it then opens the page in a new window.  Any thoughts?
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You get that prompt when you try to run the report or when you are trying to export the report to another format? If you get this trying to run a report, post the URL you are using.
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here is the URL:
"http://Localhost/Reportserver?%2fReport+Project1%2fRMR_FullReport&rs:Format=EXCEL&" + "rs:Command=Render&RMRNum=" + obj.myCursor.current.RMRNum + "&statusid=0&partnumber=All&vendorid=0"
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I used the same format but changed the variables to run one of our reports and no problem...very strange. Doing a quick seach on google didn't yield any answers either. I read one forum thread talking about the error (not ssrs though) being related to the hosts file but I just don't see how that could be causing this issue. Sorry, not much else I can think of to suggest. Perhaps someone else has run across this before
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by:PsychoDazey
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Thanks for the input.  Its strange, it opens up the dialog and the action cancelled window stays there but the report opens in a new window.  I guess I'll leave the question open n case anyone has some more insight.
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This turned out to be a service pack/hotfix issue.
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