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Viewing Reports in Report Server


Viewing Reports in Report Server

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In a SQL Sever 2005 environment I have SSRS install & running along with IIS but when trying to view my report when I type in the URL I don't get the Report Service Home Page with the folder & links, I get the standard background with the link for the report. A application pool must be created for that report?
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Sounds like you're not browsing to the correct URL to me. By default i think the URL is

http://YourServerName/reports

Make sure you're browsing to the report manager URL not just http://YourServerName

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