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There is no well documented or proven solution for your question. But still reports published to SharePoint can be modified for parameters, data sources and so on from the edit properties of the each individual report. I would also suggest to look for performance point services where you can embed reports with in the dashboard pages and configure the ...


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Not sure for reason of error. But here are my observations: Note that for SharePoint 2013 we do not have to configure the Reporting via Central admin -> General application settings -> Reporting service integration. This is specifically for SQL 2008 or 2008 R2. That is the configuration panel for SharePoint Reporting Services 2010. You use it if you want to ...


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When using SharePoint integration, you can host Reports and other SSRS files in SharePoint document library, including but not limited to defining permissions for individual reports using SharePoint permission model (users, groups, permission levels). When using Report Viewer web part, you can configure lots of details regarding the displayed report using ...


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Is that you have permissions on to the report server database to access the data. Also please verify the steps u did against the article which prepared with SP2010 version. Let me know if you still see any issues.


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The reason for error is because the Reporting services is not configured for the SharePoint installation via central admin -> General Setting -> Reporting Services Integration Also, note that for SharePoint 2013 we do not have to configure the Reporting via Central admin -> General application settings -> Reporting service integration. This is specifically ...


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I was going to comment first, but I don't have enough reputation yet. Yes according to your link it is not supported. Only SSRS 2012 SP1 add in is supported for sharepoint 2013. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg492257(v=sql.110).aspx However depending on the version of your SSRS instance and if it is in native or integrated mode it might be ...


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This is because SSRS requires a Login to connect to the datasource to process the report when subscription will be occurring at its scheduled time. I would recommend you to store the credential securely into report server. follow the instruction here. https://alfordforney.wordpress.com/2011/01/04/ssrs-email-subscription-cannot-be-created/ ...



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