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SSRS will only return items in the default view unless you create a filter parameter on the query itself. So if items are in folders or hidden from the default view your query wont pull them without this filter parameter. Right click on the dataset then choose properties and add a parameter like Created > 1900-01-01 This should return everything in the ...


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I had the same problem with SharePoint 2016 and SQL Server 2016. I made it work by changing the server role to "Custom" in Central Admin (System Settings -> Servers -> Convert server role in this farm)


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Based on a recent install of Sharepoint 2010 I've learned that you have to hunt around for the proper string to get the ReportServer to fire. Here's something similar to what I had to use that may point you in the right direction: http://mysite/_vti_bin/reportserver?http://mysite/rootsite/_layouts/15/ssrsreport.rdl Let us know if that works.


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You can write a Azure Job or Scheduler and connect to SharePoint Online with the help of console tool. Bring that data to the SQL Azure or any other environment where you want to sync. That way it will periodically bring the data and send emails. Reference: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/services/scheduler/


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This may point you in the right direction: Using Per-User Identity with Reporting Services and SharePoint


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If there are too many data bars than labels will not show. To fix this, under the "Chart Axis" properties set the Interval value to "=1". Then all the labels will be shown.



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