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Posted on 2014-03-04
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Hello:

I migrated SQL Reporting Services 2008 R2 to another 2008 R2 server.  I'm able to open Report Manager successfully but am getting various errors that reference the "old" server's ReportServerTemp database.

Is there a way of updating all objects in the "new" server's ReportServer and ReportServerTemp databases to reference the new databases?

Specifically, I'm getting an "Invalid object name" error on a table in the ReportServerTemp database.  I suspect that somewhere there is still a reference to the old server's databases.

Thanks!

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If you've backed up (or copied) both DBs at the same time it should work.

Are you sure you've gone through all the migration steps, such as setting the RSExecRole role on the databases?

After the databases are attached, verify that the RSExecRole is a database role in the report server database and temporary database. RSExecRole must have select, insert, update, delete, and reference permissions on the report server database tables, and execute permissions on the stored procedures.
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Have you tried re-deploying the reports?
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