Report Viewer not working on remote site

Posted on 2011-10-20
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hi experts,

I have created a web site with Visual Studio 2010 using the ReportWebsite template for C#. I have then added a server report (a report that resides in an SSRS 2008 reporting server that I have access to) to the default Report Viewer element on the main page.

This works fine when I test on my machine (I can see the report on the browser, embeded in the web page).

However, after I copy the website to my hosting provider, I stop weeing the report. The error message is the following:
"The permissions granted to user 'SKNETMASTER\SKNET148$' are insufficient for performing this operation. (rsAccessDenied) "

Anyone knows where I need to set the permissions?

Thanks in advance and regards.
Question by:robespierre_2010
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sammySeltzer earned 2000 total points
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This is got to be permissions issue. Usually when I build the report, I use the connection strings I set in web.config.

This way, before deploying, I compile my app and it will have the correct connection strings.

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