SSRS calll a report from ASP.NET website RRS feed

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  • Pedro, I don't think that the URL you are using is correct -- why does it have a $ sign in it?  Is that some sort of substitution in the framework you are using?  Because ordinarily that is not what you would see in a URL.  A query string starts with a "?" not a "$".


    After the question mark to start the query string, typically reportserver paths have a forward slash and drill down to the item you wish to invoke.  For example:



     In the first example above, I have encoded the forward slashes (as %2f) that are part of the item path, in the second I have not encoded them. 


    In the first example above, I have encoded the space character also (as %20) where it appears in the item path, in the second example you see the space character as "+"


    In both examples below you also see a "&" sign in the query string.  This is how you add parameters, which I wanted you to see in case you need to do that:






    Sunday, June 10, 2007 6:18 PM
  • Dear Lisa,

    The ReportServer$SQL_Qualidade is the name of the database. Check the SQL configuration image!

    I will try right now if your answer works...


    Monday, June 11, 2007 10:34 AM
  • What I need to write in Report Path?

    The physical file path?

    The Database engine path?

    The RepostingService path?




    Monday, June 11, 2007 10:37 AM
  • It is the path under your ReportServer root, but you should be able to see exactly what it is by going to


    http://(yourserver)/ReportServer  <-- substitute whatever you used, ReportServer is the default virtual directory or application



    ... and drilling down to your report! look in your address bar at the point that the report is actually displayed and you will see it.


    You can also do the same thing drilling down from http://(yourserver)/Reports  <-- ditto on substituting for the default "Report" value here.  The itempath will be a bit different in that case, but you should be able to see it in your address bar in the browser.


    You should take a look at BOL -- search for the term "URL Access" (I think there is a specific topic on doing this from a web application, btw).



    Monday, June 11, 2007 2:44 PM
  • Hi Lisa, I still have the error, could you check the images in my blog an check my case?



    Tuesday, June 19, 2007 9:54 AM
  • Hi there,


    Does the same path work when you use it interactively rather from in your web page?  It should.  Have you tested that?


    If it does not work, go back to first principles.  Visit the reportserver interactively (not the report manager) and drill down to your report.  Look at your address bar...



    Tuesday, June 19, 2007 5:25 PM