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SSRS Report Saved In Sharepoint Libary

Posted on 2011-03-22
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Hi All

I am still new to SSRS And Report Builder i have created a report and saved it onto my sharepoint Library, however if a user clicks in the .rdl report file to view it they get the following error message

An error has occurred during report processing. (rsProcessingAborted)
Cannot create a connection to data source 'DataSource1'. (rsErrorOpeningConnection)
For more information about this error navigate to the report server on the local server machine, or enable remote errors

Its probably something i have missed can anybody help?

Thank You
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Try setting the connection properties of the data source in SharePoint.  Do this to the actual library item in SharePoint.
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Ok This might be wear i am going wrong all i did was click save as in report builder and saved to a document libary, i am not ware of any data source created, where would this be?
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This would be in a library that has the SSRS data source content type.  It can be the same library as the report. Create a Shared Data source in report builder and save it (publish) to the document library. Once its there, you can edit its connection properties. You will need to use this data source in your report instead of an embedded one.
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You only have the option to Use an Existing One Or Create an Embedded one in Report Designer.

So i have used the embedded one and i have found where it puts it in sharepoint, the only way that i can get it to work is by using The SA account where you select the radio button for stored credentials.

This cant be the right way to do this though
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Your system may not be setup to support passing through the users credentials (I.E: kerberos). I would recommend creating an account in SQL server that has read access to the stored procs or databases that your reports require. This way you dont use the SA account.



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