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Invisible Report???

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craig.dixon
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Hi All,

I have a slight problem and I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice or maybe a link to a similar issue. I rebuilt my test environment last week and everything went great, I thought I had it all figured out and went off to enjoy my weekend (as you do) :-D however, yesterday I was going over my test version of our customer site and found the one kink in the system and I have no idea where to start Unsure

The site allows customers to view their data and all but one report are working perfectly. When I run the site locally on the test server in IE it works great, but when I try to view it on my PC the report in question flashes up the loading box and then disappears to leave me with a blank page. I know its not a styles problem or something simple like an overlapping div, or an IE issue, and because I'm not getting an error I don't know what to try. I've gone over my indexes and used SSMS to connect to the database from my machine and run the query for the report and it all works fine Crazy

Any help would be greatly appreciated, I've listed some specs below:

Kind Regards,
Craig


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Windows Server 2008 R2
SQL Server 2008 R2
Report Viewer 10.0
Internet Explorer 9
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What do the reportserver logs say? They might have an error message that could pint you in the right direction.
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