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Can no longer deploy reports. "http status 503 error"

Posted on 2009-05-07
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For some reason we can no longer deploy reports to server from Visual Studio BI tools
we get the error...

TITLE: Microsoft Report Designer
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A connection could not be made to the report server http://sqldev4/ReportServer.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

The request failed with HTTP status 503: Service Unavailable. (Microsoft.ReportingServices.Designer)

We can still preview reports in Visual Studio.

sqlserver 2005
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by:mfreuden
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start and restart the reporting services service on the server...???...
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by:deNZity
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Hi thanks for the reply, we tried restarting the server and then restarting reporting services made no difference still can't deploy reports.

we can preview from BI tools
we can run reports from web reporting site
we can create new data sources looking at database on server and tested connect ok.
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by:deNZity
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4 days and one reply, this is why I canceled my subscription.
Subscribing to EE is a total waste of time and money.
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