The 'report name/Shelve' path seems to be broken.
For example, when I try to preview the report in Server > Web Preview in the Standalone Designer connected to the Report Server, the browser tries to open the URL 'reportServerHost/Report/View/CategoryName/ReportName/Shelve'. However, it hangs and doesn't display anything.
Hello, almost every time I select a scheduled task that I have to scroll down to select in the Scheduling tab, the grid view jumps back up to the top of the task list, making it very annoying to look through tasks.
1. Open Scheduling tab.
2. Scroll down in scheduled task grid view below the first N rows displayed.
3. Select row corresponding to a scheduled task.
4. Task grid view returns to the top N rows of the scheduled tasks.
If you unselect all the days from the Day of the Week in the recurrence rule of a scheduled task of data alert, the task can be saved but will throw an Internal Server Error and you won't be able to list the available tasks on the server.
The linked muted video demonstrates the problem.
Here is the error stack trace produced by the ServiceAgent:
Telerik.ReportServer.ServiceAgent.exe Information: 0 : Loaded 37 tasks in total. Telerik.ReportServer.ServiceAgent.exe Error: 0 : System.IndexOutOfRangeException: Index was outside the bounds of the array. at Telerik.WinControls.UI.Scheduler.ICalendar.CalHelper.TryParseRecurrenceRuleProperties(RecurrenceRule result, IEnumerable`1 keywordPairs) at Telerik.WinControls.UI.Scheduler.ICalendar.CalHelper.TryParseRRuleCore(String valueToParse, RecurrenceRule& result) at Telerik.ReportServer.Web.Utils.Appointment..ctor(DateTime startUtc, String recurrenceRule) at Telerik.ReportServer.ServiceAgent.Tasks.TaskInfo.UpdateNextOccurrenceTime(DateTime utcFrom, DateTime utcTo) at Telerik.ReportServer.ServiceAgent.Services.SchedulingService.CalculatePendingTasks(List`1 pendingTasks) at Telerik.ReportServer.ServiceAgent.Services.SchedulingService.MainLoop() at Telerik.ReportServer.ServiceAgent.Services.SchedulingService.StartMain()
Add a "Shared resources" directory to contain images and logos used by hosted reports.
I'm using Crystal Enterprise for a longtime, and would like to replace it with that tool. On of the most useful feature is scheduling (for time-hungry reports, that takes more than 20 minutes to be generated). It will be a plus if you add: * The ability to choose the Execution start time, and frequancy; and to enable or disable the schedule job without lossing it. * Add a menu item called "Schedule Jobs", to view all schedule jobs of any accessible report (per profile; Admin can see all categories by profiles). * The ability to execute on-demond (execute disabled or enabled schedules for prepared parameters). * The ability to sign the generated PDF. * The ability to send generated PDF to mail (one or more), and to set the mail subject and body. * nerated PDF to folder (local, remote with auth) or FTP.The ability to save the ge * The ability to view schedule execution history, and view its result; and Add option to clear old results. * No "time out" for longer generation process. * Schedule jobs queued per user profiles; * Admin can set priority to user profiles (to execute queued jobs), and can cancel jobs.
I create a Report Book in the Standalone designer that is connected to my Report Server. When I add the first two reports, the Report Book is rendered as expected. When I add the third one, it fails with the exception:
Report processing was cancelled. Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection. Parameter name: index
Here is a link to a short video demonstrating the problem. All the individual reports run correctly.
I have a report that is scheduled to happen first day of every month. The thing is that when I look at the next occurrence of the report, it is happening on the second day of the month. I am attaching the report settings herewith. Please let me know if you have a solution/ explanation to get this corrected. Thanks a lot in advance.
There are vulnerabilities in the Report Server related to Cross-Site Scripting.
In many cases one can't simply ask users to download an installed report builder. The reports should be buildable in a web based tool.
It seems that when you try to open two tabs in the same browser looking at different websites, the browser gets confused about the URL that is sending the request. Issue is related to CORS protocol and HTTP caches.
It sounds like something needs to be changed on the report server so that even if it gets cached it would still allow access when I switch sub domains. Or something on the viewer side to clear the cache.
Could the 'From' email address in Preview Email functionality be self populated from the 'Mail Server' SMTP settings in configuration? This way the users do not need to a) remember the email address; and b) type it each time they are emailing a report.