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WSS ReportViewer WebPart SSRS bug ?

  Asked By: Michael    Date: Oct 22    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1755

We use Sharepoint WSS3 with the Report viewer Web part to show our reporting services reports,

When we try to access a page with the ReportViewser Webpart with the domain url, ex: www.domain.com/Site/Library/Report.aspx
The page try to load during a very long time and finally return an error "innatended error"

Instead, when we access to the same page with the ip adress, it works normally.
ex: www.94.124...../Site/Library/Report.aspx

Notes :

- The domain name (dns) works properly, we can access the others sharepoint pages.

- The ReportServer works properly, we can access reports from outside the portal (with the ReportServer Url)
exemple : www.domain.com/.../ReportViewer.aspx?http.......

- I have noticed the same problem with the following aspx pages : "RSItemPicker.aspx" and "RSViewerPage.aspx", located in the
/_layouts/Reportserver/ folder, are not accessible with the domain url
Those pages are used by the ReportViewer Web part.

- The Alternate Access Mapping is configured like that:
Zone : Default : http://nomserver/
Zone : Internet : http://www.domain.com

Environment :
WSS 3.0 SP2 :
Authentication : Windows
Reporting Services : Integrated Mode



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Yahaira Shannon     Answered On: Oct 22

Reporting services  only supports access  via the default zone in AAM. You will get an error  along the lines "The specified path refers to a SharePoint zone that is not supported" if you try to access a report  from a non-default zone. You can consider a workaround wherein multiple “Internal URLs” (Internet, intranet, etc.) for the same web  application use a single “Public URL for Zone” all in the AAM default zone. Full AAM support is being considered for the next version post-SSRS 2008.

For your second issue, the report was deployed to one location and then viewed from another. The Reporting Services integration only works  with a single location for a report, so if there are multiple locations that the report can be viewed from, this error will occur. "Location" means the exact URL that the report you are trying to view was deployed to.

You can refer to the following article to fix the issue:

Reporting Services SharePoint Integration Troubleshooting

For more information about SSRS integration with SharePoint, please refer to the following article:

RS SharePoint Integration

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