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SSRS Using WCF for Subreport

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I am using VS2008 (SSRS 2008 R2) to create a series of subreports. Each Subreport queries 1 or more Web Methods from a WCF Web Service.

When I run an rdl as a stand-alone report, everything renders properly. When I run that rdl as a subreport, I receive an error recommending that I check the log .

Does SSRS allow me to use WCF as a dataset in a subreport? What log is the message referring to. I'm running these as Server reports and don't have asscess to the server.
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You'll probably find more details about the issue in the SSRS Trace log, located on the SSRS server at \Microsoft SQL Server\<SQL Server Instance>\Reporting Services\LogFiles and named ReportServerService_<timestamp>.log

If you don't have access to those yourself, ask your sysadmin to give the file to you for investigation.
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Thanks I'll check it
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