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Help needed to trobleshoot opening Report manager Url


Help needed to trobleshoot opening Report manager Url

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hi All, Some one deleted the internal folders of the 'C:\Users\' and I'm facing issues opening the Url.


I'm getting the below error when i try to open the report Manager Url.

Could not find a part of the path 'C:\Users\BICLDP\AppData\Local\Tempvq2groi.tmp'.

We have Yearly report that we build and saved on that Url.
It is our Prod Environment so can some please help me create that temp File ASAP.
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Rerun the report or the subscription.



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OK I resolved this issue. I'm able to open the Report manager URl now.

But when I try to open the reports in it says Invalid Object name 'My Table Name'. So, Then I deleted the existing report and uploaded a new RDL File and still the same error.

Can some please help on this error.
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I mean I build the report in the same server where the SSRS Configuration manager is set up. And in the Visual studio, I'm able to view the report preview and but when I copy the same RDL File on to the Report manager Url, I set this error. What might have hapenned before and after because the object that report is looking for exists and is valid.
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Ok I have just figured out a work around for that as well. I have not chosen a data source in the report manager. Instead I have used the datasource connection string to open the report. then every thing went fine.

But I still wanna know why I'm getting invalid Object error when I use a datasource that us hosted in the report manager.
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Try validating the DS in report manager. A setting may have changed with it or a password may have expired.



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Yes its all resolved now. I connecttion string in the datasource was not correct.
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Yes its all resolved now. I connecttion string in the datasource was not correct.


Good to hear.



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