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You can create a subscription that delivers a document based on the original report to a library within the same SharePoint site as the original report. You cannot deliver the document to a library on another server or another site within the same site collection. To deliver the document, you must have Add Items permission on the library to ...


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I think you are going to have to dig a little deeper in the ULS logs. The entry you listed above doesn't apply to this issue you are having. You might want to turn on the dev dashboard and then go through the clicks of subscribing to generate the error. Then you can use the dev dashboard to get a better sense of the ULS entries that apply to your action. ...


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Please download SQL reporting add-in on sharepoint server and install .In my case its working fine http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35583


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As a workaround I extended my web application with just a Windows Authentication site (https://clientmanage.test.com) and now I deploy to that address instead of the main https://client.test.com). This way I can still allow Windows and Forms Authentication from a single address (client.test.com) while at the same time I can deploy reports, data sources, ...


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I experienced a similar issue when my list items were located in folders..the items appeared correctly on my query, but when I ran the report nothing displayed (I eventually had to create an XML data source instead of using the default SharePoint List data source). Not sure if you're list items were moved into folders, but wanted to provide the KM article ...


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Since you have 2000 files in the document library/list per month , I dont think its too big . You can create a folder structure inside the sharepoint document library like June2013,July2013..March2014 and start storing the data per month. For future , You can also think of these folders archived in a separate site collection yearly with different content db ...


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What I had to do was reinstall SSRS on the WFE and run uninstall cmds: Install-SPRSService -uninstall Install-SPRSServiceProxy -uninstall Once I did this, I could install it on my app server. Lesson: before you uninstall SSRS from a server, remove the service app first


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I don't believe there is a straight forward way to take the values from a Choice column other than the method you likely already tried. An alternative would be to create a new list that stores the values and then add that list as a Dataset, then use that dataset as the parameter.


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I don't think you can have co-existing versions of SSRS in SharePoint Integrated Mode within the same farm. You could set up a single server test farm, with SQL 2012 as the back-end database and enabled SSRS 2012 there and "dabble" with it. I would do this with a Virtual machine, but obviously a physical machine would work too. Alternatively, you could ...


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Here is a post that explains how to do this via code in the report: "Sum Result of SSRS LookupSet Function" http://salvoz.com/blog/2013/05/27/sum-result-of-ssrs-lookupset-function/


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I believe you can use the "In" operator and seperate the Values by a comma. So Expression: [PracticeGroupSecondary] Operator: In Value: Business, Reorganization, Bankruptcy



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