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Posted Thursday, April 8, 2010 7:28 AM


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Hugo Kornelis (4/8/2010)
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I stand corrected. After rereading Hugo's answer I may have gottem it right for the wrong reason.

So is 2005 the endpoint's port number?

You'll have to re-reread my post. The name of the endpoint contains either 2005 or 2006, depending on whether the report server is enabled for SharePoint integrated mode.

I understand it is part of the name. I was just wondering if the name reflected the listening port number.


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I had to look this one up because the ReportService2006 answer option seemed incorrect to me. I chose the "correct" answer but only because I figured there was a typo. This is a good question, but missing information.

I would either update the question to mention that Sharepoint integrated mode is configured so that option 2 is correct or change option 2 to ReportService2005.asmx as that would be the correct answer if Sharepoint integrated mode is not configured and just the default report server configuration is used.
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Posted Thursday, April 8, 2010 8:06 AM
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Although I agree the wording/typos in this question had me a bit confused at first, this was a great question.

The best questions IMHO are those that make me want to do more research on the background and broader issues involved in the answer. The answer makes sense to me, but the explanation link makes me want to investigate a lot more. I have the feeling that there is a gap in my knowledge in this area and I will be spending time trying to close that gap.

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Posted Thursday, April 8, 2010 9:01 AM


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Posted Thursday, April 8, 2010 9:12 AM


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I posted this question to draw attention to the fact that yes, there is such Web Service but the explanation on MSDN is pretty unclear.
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Posted Thursday, April 8, 2010 9:25 AM
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Good question. But the 2006 did throw me.

I found this in BOL:
There are two endpoints available for managing objects on a report server, ReportService2005 and ReportService2006. The ReportService2005 endpoint is used for managing objects on a report server that is configured for native mode. The ReportService2006 endpoint is used for managing objects on a report server that is configured for SharePoint integrated mode.

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The WSDL for the management endpoint can be accessed using the following URL:

http://<Server Name>/ReportServer/ReportService2005.asmx?wsdl


If the report server is configured for SharePoint integrate mode, the WSDL can be accessed using the following URL:

http://<Server Name>/<Site Name>/_vti_bin/ReportServer/ReportService2006.asmx?wsdl

Based on this, it seemed neither of the first two options worked, so I went with the third one by process of elimination.
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Since I hadn't had coffee, yet, I couldn't understand any part of this. That's why I posted ?????. Now, after looking at it again, I do understand it now. Thanks for the question and thanks to all who commented to clear this up for me.
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Posted Thursday, April 8, 2010 10:41 AM


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Thanks Hugo for also providing the same feedback that I found from answering this question.


I have to admit that it is good to see that there is little contention over the wording (based on history) or the incompleteness of the explanation of the answer.


That said, I do believe this is an educational question.




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SSRS 2003 does not have any numerical suffix for the endpoint.

So technically none of the answers are correct.



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SSRS 2003 does not have any numerical suffix for the endpoint.

So technically none of the answers are correct.

Technically speaking - What is SSRS 2003?


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