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Does the SSRS log files hold information on errors.

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Does the SSRS log files hold information on errors.

If yes, which log file do i read. there are so many for each day.
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Please share specific version of SQL Server. Is it 2005 or 2008
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Hi,

 The SSRS log files can be found here:
%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.x\Reporting Services\LogFiles
where %ProgramFiles% is the language specific name of the program files folder and MSSQL.x takes into account the components installed.  An example of an install on an machine using English as the language might look like this:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.3\Reporting Services\LogFiles

Hope this helps,
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Thanks
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