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Recently, I had to downgrade from SQL Server Enterprise Edition to Standard.
When I re-installed SQL Standard with the generic reporting services database, I restored the encryption key first, then restored the Enterprise edition reporting services database over the Standard Edition one. 210 more words
Companies like mine that provide customers SQL Server access under a Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA) saw our costs go up almost 10,000% or more in 2013. What used to cost under $20 per user per month for a SQL Enterprise license suddenly jumped to the equivalent of hundreds of dollars per user per month. This required that we immediately downgrade dozens of customers from SQL Enterprise to SQL Standard. 704 more words
From this example with local report: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms252091.aspx
We can print a report without preview, but it only prints the first page.
When we try to print a ServerReport instead of a local report, it only printing the first page… 172 more words
Technical: Microsoft - SQL Server - Reporting Services - Error - "e ERROR: Failed to create HttpRuntime" & "e ERROR: Failed to get appdomain" & "e ERROR: Error state. Internal abort for pipeline"
Technical: Microsoft – SQL Server – Reporting Services – Error – “e ERROR: Failed to create HttpRuntime” & “e ERROR: Failed to get appdomain” & “e ERROR: Error state. 1,108 more words
Using SQL server reporting service in SharePoint integrated mode helps you to get the value of creating, hosting and viewing different types of reports inside SharePoint. 225 more words