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Quick one day:

Lately, while working on SSRS, we’ve uncovered some tidbits that have been helping us identify the root cause. Here is one of them:

In our environment, we pull SSRS reports from a client application (web page); For the most part, things run smooth. On occasion, when we run into issues, we need to be able to pull up the underlying error message. In SSRS, by default, error reporting back to calling application (client webpage) is disabled. But it is easy to enable it as and when needed and then turn it off, once done.

Go to SSMS and connect to Reporting Service. Right click on the root and go to properties. Under Advanced tab, under Security section, look for EnableRemoteErrors and set the value as True from the drop down. This sends error back to the client, so we can see what is going on. See the image below for clarity.

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