Report Web Preview Error

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  1. Sumit
    Sumit avatar
    1 posts
    Member since:
    Jul 2018

    Posted 11 Jul Link to this post

    Hi Team,

    I am developing a report in standalone report designer. I have added a table and a SQL server data source. When I configure the data source and provide a SQL query and click execute in the configure box, the query fetches the data. But when I publish the report to the server and web preview it gives below error-

    "An error has occurred while processing Table 'table1':

    A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a 
    connection to SQL Server. The server was not found or was not accessible. 
    Verify that the instance name is correct and that SQL Server is configured to 
    allow remote connections. (provider: TCP Provider, error: 0 - No such host is 
    known.)
    ------------- InnerException -------------
    No such host is known"

    Could you please help?

    Regards,

    Ashwini
  2. Silviya
    Admin
    Silviya avatar
    176 posts

    Posted 16 Jul Link to this post

    Hi Ashwini,

    Since the error is occurring in the report viewer, it indicates the report finds its connection string and tries to use it. The error is generated on the attempt for creating a connection object through the connection string, selected ADO.NET data provider and the related ADO.NET classes.
    You might check the following settings of the report to verify the connection information:
    1. SqlDataSource component's ConnectionString - the string is the name of the connection string that will be searched in the web.config of the Reporting REST service's project;
    2. SqlDataSource component's ProviderName - the string is the name of the .NET data provider which should be the same as the provderName attribute of the connection string stored under connectionStrings element.

    Verify also:
    3. The server address is correct;
    4. The provided credentials to allow connection to the database;
    5. For any security settings that may prevent connection to the database at the given port.

    Most important, check the Reporting REST service's configuration file - it should contain a conectionStrings element with an entry having name attribute the same as the SqlDataSource.ConnectionString property. You will have to ensure the database accepts external connections and the connectionString attribute (in the web.config) provides valid information for connecting the database.

    Check the deployed web.config file and test the connection string added in the deployed file. Test connecting to the database with MSSQL Management Studio and the connection string in the deployed configuration file.

    If you are changing connection strings at run-time as in Changing the connection string dynamically according to runtime data, debug the code to get the used connection string.

    Regards,
    Silviya
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