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Posted Tuesday, January 26, 2010 7:51 AM


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Does SQLH2 supports SQL Server 2008??..

Why does it doesn`t work on Clusters?.
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Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 9:39 AM
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Your article is very good, one of the best I have found on the web. I am very new to SQL Server, reporting services, .NET etc and am on the steep edge of the learning curve. I have inherited a server running SQL Server 2005 and I am trying to get SQLH2 to work. Reporting services is running as I can create reports using .NET, but what I can not do, in the section, is

"create a data source pointing to the Repository database and upload each report"

Most probably, reporting services is not properly configured, but try as I might, I can not execute this step. If you could give me a few pointers it would truly help. Thanks
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Posted Friday, February 18, 2011 8:06 AM


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This may have been covered already, but we encountered a problem with the scheduled task not collecting data. First you will need to select the option to execute the task with highest priviledges. Then create a batch file that runs the SQLH2.exe file.
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