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Disclamer: I work for Sharegate. We released a report in our app exactly for that. It's called the Permissions Matrix Report: http://en.share-gate.com/blog/sharegate-sharepoint-office-365-security-improved


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I would suggest going to central admin -> Manage service applications. You should expect to see a service application with a type of "SQL Server Reporting Services Service Application" Another option is to run the following powershell: get-spserviceinstance -all |where {$_.TypeName -like "SQL Server Reporting*"} It is possible someone took some of the ...


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To have SSRS, you'll need to add it as a SharePoint Service and also configure your SQL Server for Analysis services. Below url will guide you through all the process (I followed it to configure mine a while back). http://whitepages.unlimitedviz.com/2012/07/setting-up-reporting-services-2012-with-sharepoint-2013/


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You should not be using Reporting Services Configuration Manager with SSRS 2012 or higher when in SharePoint integrated mode. That is why you're seeing this error. Delete your existing SSRS Service Application and databases, then create a new SSRS Service Application with new databases.


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After you upload the report to the SharePoint library, go to the manage parameters and see if you find any errors there.


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Given that you're backing into Native mode from SharePoint Integrated mode, I only see one possible way through this: Setting up new Native RS Server Migrating each report one at a time, as no tools I know of exist to automate this kind of migration, this URL might be helpful too: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh759331.aspx You may be able to ...


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It's not possible. Please check following link with all available features in SharePoint online https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/sharepoint-online-service-description.aspx I think that the best option to build reports is Excel Services or Power BI.



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