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Dynamics Great Plains SRS Deployment

Posted on 2012-04-05
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I am in the GP Reporting Tools setup screen.

Report Server Mode = Native

Report Server URL = http://rbidb01/ReportServer/Reportservice
Report Manager URL = http://rbidb01/Reports/Pages/Folder.aspx

Both URL's are valid - if I paste them into Explorer - both open to the correct pages.

However, when I click to test the deployment - I get the famous " The SQL Server Reporting Services Setup information is not valid" message.

NOTE - The setup screen does show these reports have been deployed (even though they have not been deployed.......is it possible GP is not using my URL's and using a stored URL from a previous deployment?

Amy guidance is appreciated - I've never had this issue before.......
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