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PaulRoss@redrow
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I have a report that works perfectly in Visual Studio but when I deploy it to Report Manager running on my development machine one field shows #Error. I have set logging to verbose mode but I am not getting anything to show that an error occurred. I have no idea what is wrong and without an error message or code I don't know where to begin solving this - and I've been trying for some time now!

The field in question contains the expression
=System.Web.Security.FormsAuthentication.HashPasswordForStoringInConfigFile("abcd", "SHA1")
and I have added a reference to System.Web in the report properties.

Can anyone tell me how to debug a #Error or what might be wrong with this method call?

Thanks
divya0431
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Hi,

Are you able to solve this? If Yes, Please post how did you solve this.

I am having the same issue but I am using some expression to calculate the percentage.

It works fine in designe but showing #Error in Report Manager.

Thanks,
Divya
PaulRoss@redrow
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Can't remember how I got around this now. I've not seen anything like it since so can't help you, sorry.
Steven.Howes
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What is the field doing? Usually this is an error with the data, like a divide by zero, conversions, or trying to do an operation on an incompatible data type. Are you developing the report against production data or a test db?
Amit Raut
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I agree with Steve. Normally it's conversion or calculation error. The twist is it works in BIDS but not when deployed (I guess with the same data). Crazy
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