I have wrongly setup the report server (trial version) storage type as File when it should be Microsoft SQL Server. Now I'm stuck at the login page with login error : The required anti-forgery cookie "__RequestVerificationToken" is not present
How do I change the storage type for the report server?
Dear support team,
I'm using Report server (Version: 126.96.36.199) to design and manage report.
After completed design report I follow this link "https://docs.telerik.com/reporting/html5-report-viewer-howto-use-it-with-reportserver" to embed report into my ASP.NET Application.
I follow step by step is completed, but when I run that html report it show error:
"Error loading the report viewer's templates. (templateUrl = 'http://localhost:83/api/reports/resources/templates/telerikReportViewerTemplate-188.8.131.52.html/')."
I come in to Report Server installed folder "C:\Program Files (x86)\Progress\Telerik Report Server\Telerik.ReportServer.Web\ReportViewer" but I can't find the "templates" folder :(
Please help me the way to fix it.
Is it possible to modify the loading message on a report? ("0 pages loaded so far...") I have two issues:
1) By default it loads with orange text/background regardless of the white labeling done in the configuration menu.
2) Some of our reports load slowly, and different text would be helpful to inform the user of such.
Hello! I'm fairly new to Reporting and Report Server so I'm wondering if there are some tips on making a report I'm trying to generate run better. The desired result I'm looking for is to get a report in Excel that can be up to 150,000 lines. If I run the query in SSMS it takes about 2 seconds, but how I have it designed in the Report server it times out after 100(?) seconds. If I limit the range to ~80,000 records it can being it up, but takes about a minute to run and you can tell the browser is under a heavy load.
To create this report, I ran the Table Wizard and little else. I see that creates a table in the Details section of the report, which makes this many rows super tall (which is fine), but I'm wonder if there's a better practice for creating reports which are destined for Excel?
I have created, deployed, and configured (the app config for) an assembly that contains User Functions. I can see the user Functions in the Report Designer as expected. If I try to use one of the user function methods, I get zero output. I was worried that because the public class and public functions are declared as static that maybe I was trying to do too much (and possibly using too many resources) so I simplified it to the greet method shown in a few examples. All it does is take a string as parameter and format that string with a greeting. Super simple. My copy of that user method doesn't return anything either.
Any ideas why my User Functions are returning zero data?
I do have unit tests that prove these functions work as designed.
What kind of limitations, if any, should I be aware of when building and using User Functions?
Are there any resources on building and using User Functions in the Report Designer? Also, is this the correct forum?
Thanks for the help and insight.
HDS Labs, LLC
Is there an article on how setup a project that contains a public static class that contains function for use as user defined function in the report builder?
Is there an article that explains how to deploy this type of assembly to the Report Server so that report builders can use this assembly?
Thanks for the guidance,