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ssrs R2 shuts my site down when I call a report

Posted on 2011-02-16
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I have a report being generated to a pdf.  The report works fine while its in the development environment when I publish the site and you call the report it shuts the site down.  This did work recently.  Thanks in advance.
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by:lcohan
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Do you execute the report every time or read it from history? If yes and runing the report <<shuts the site down>> whatever that means then perhaps you should check the performance for that report - SQL code query plans/execution, and/or the size of the data rendered.
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The report isnt very large and when I say it shuts it down it actually closes the browser.
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by:lcohan
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Ok so it chrashes for whatever reason when you execute the repoprt or when you export to PDF?
Did you checked all log files? Event viewer on that machine for any errors?
 
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I had to use a devexpress pop up modual to get the report in place.
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I could not get any other solutions to work correctly and this was the quickest fix. It also resolved other undesireable issues.
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