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Error when I click on View Report button.


Error when I click on View Report button.

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I have a report that is calling data from our data warehouse server. It has been working fine 'till today, I get the following error each time I try to view the report. Thanking you in advance for your help.

"An error occurred during client rendering.
Unsupported RPL stream version detected: 101.116.1047292257. Expected version: 10.6."
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There can apparently be a lot of reasons for this error. Does the report work in BIDS?


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I was called out with this error today, our SSRS doesn't run in Sharepoint but after some investigation I found that the SQL server Data disk had ran out of space. Free'd up some space, everything is working fine. It's worth a check as this is an easy one.
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Mike Seddon (3/20/2016)
I was called out with this error today, our SSRS doesn't run in Sharepoint but after some investigation I found that the SQL server Data disk had ran out of space. Free'd up some space, everything is working fine. It's worth a check as this is an easy one.


Hi Mike,

thanks for posting your solution!


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