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This is the official team Web Log for Microsoft Customer Service and Support (CSS) SQL Support. Posts are provided by the CSS SQL Escalation Services
  • Blog Post: RS, SharePoint and Forefront UAG Series – Intro

    I have been working a fairly complicated case over the last year that involved running Reporting Services Reports through a Universal Access Gateway (UAG) to publish a SharePoint Site.  I worked with an engineer (Alejandro Lopez) in the SharePoint Support Group as well as two folks (Prateek Gaur...
  • Blog Post: RS, SharePoint and Forefront UAG Series – Part 2 (Operational Reports)

    Part 1 – Intro Part 2 – Operational Reports (Classic RDL Reports) (you are here) Part 3 – Power Pivot Gallery (Silverlight) Part 4 – Export a Power View Report to PowerPoint   This piece took the longest amount of time to narrow down what was going on.  This issue was when they were trying...
  • Blog Post: RS, SharePoint and Forefront UAG Series – Part 3 (Power Pivot Gallery - Silverlight)

    Part 1 – Intro Part 2 – Operational Reports (Classic RDL Reports) Part 3 – Power Pivot Gallery (Silverlight) (you are here) Part 4 – Export a Power View Report to PowerPoint   The last post really went into the meat of the issue that we had.  After that, we found that when trying to go to the...
  • Blog Post: RS, SharePoint and Forefront UAG Series – Part 4 (Power View - Export to PowerPoint)

    Part 1 – Intro Part 2 – Operational Reports (Classic RDL Reports) Part 3 – Power Pivot Gallery (Silverlight) Part 4 – Export a Power View Report to PowerPoint (you are here) The last part of this engagement was when they tried to Export a Power View report to PowerPoint, we hit the save button, and received...
  • Blog Post: Power View display issues with Page Viewer Web Part

    I ran into two separate issues this week that both dealt with displaying a Power View report through a Page Viewer Web Part within a SharePoint page in SharePoint 2013. The resolution to both were the same, so I thought I would lump them both into this post. Issue 1: Visual Artifacts while scrolling...
  • Blog Post: Tracking down Power View Performance Problems

    The scenario was that we saw sluggishness on the initial load of a Power View Report and also when we went to use one of the filters on the report - like a Pie Chart Slice. For the given report the customer had showed us, the initial load was taking 13-15 seconds to come up, versus 3-5 seconds on my...
  • Blog Post: Getting a Power View report within Excel 2013 to work with SharePoint

    I was setting up my SharePoint 2013 server to be able to use an Excel 2013 workbook that had a Power View Report in it.  However, when I tried opening the workbook, I got the following error: In the ULS logs of my SharePoint server that had RS installed on it, I saw the following: Microsoft.ReportingServices...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Adventures : Access Denied errors when using RS 2012 with a Claims SharePoint Site

    I actually ran into this issue back in late April.  I wanted to get this out sooner but life happened.  This issue has started to crop up a lot more as more people are starting to use Reporting Services 2012 in SharePoint Integrated mode.  Here is the run down.  This issue is specific...
  • Blog Post: BISM: value of the 'EffectiveUserName' XML for Analysis property is not valid

    I’ve been working with Power View reports and one of the items I was setting up was using a BISM Data source connecting to an Analysis Services Instance in Tabular Mode.  When I went to spin up a new Power View Report against the BISM Connection, I got the following error: Within the details, we...
  • Blog Post: Working with Power View: Some controls on this presentation can't be activated

    When one of our Managers opened up the PowerPoint slide deck that Power View generated, he got the following error: Some controls on this presentation can't be activated. They might not be registered on this computer. I had found some references to the RC0 timeline indicating that if you had PowerPoint...
  • Blog Post: Working with Power View: Click to Interact is not available

    I was working on a Power View report for our internal business numbers and we are making use of the Export to PowerPoint feature to include them in our slide deck.  If you aren’t familiar with this feature in Power View, when you are in the report, click on “file” and then “Export to PowerPoint...
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