Wednesday, February 16, 2011

SSRS-Report Portal...

I recently installed SQL Server 2008 on my laptop which included SSAS,SSIS and SSRS. I installed SSRS in the native mode configuration. I had to work on developing reports in SSRS and deploy the reports. I developed the Reports in BIDS and was ready to deploy the reports on my localhost report portal. When I tried to deploy the reports i got an error saying my account did not have access to the portal. I launched Internet Explorer as an Administrator and I was able to get to my localhost report portal. Once i got to the site, there were two tabs contents and properties. I clicked on the properties tab and added my account as a Content manager and saved the settings. Once this was complete, I went back to BIDS and deployed the report, the report was successfully deployed to my report portal.

1 comment:

  1. You may want to look at a product like rePORTAL. It lets you quickly and easily publish SSRS and Crystal reports through a secure web interface and allows you to create as many templates as you wish to customize the look and feel. It is a server based license so there is no limit on the number of users that can connect and run reports and you do need Report Server or Report Manager.