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Posts Tagged ‘CRM 2011 and SSRS Server’

Technical Tip of the Day– Manipulating Server-Side Traces

We’ve all experienced those generic client-side errors in CRM, which often don’t tell us the specific nature of the problem, e.g. “CRM has experienced an error, please contact your system administrator.”  At times, error logs are available on the client at the time of the exception, or information can be gleaned from client-side traces or […]

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Tips for Better Performing Microsoft Dynamics CRM SQL Reports in SSRS

For Dynamics CRM On-Premise, Microsoft SSRS-based reports can be developed either as SQL or FetchXML based reports.  SQL is the more common (old-school) style of report development and is probably more familiar with CRM report developers. There are a handful of common mistakes or traps that anyone writing CRM reports can fall into - and we've […]

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Preparing a SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Report to Use Filtering and Fetch XML in CRM 2011

Sooner or later, you will come across a more complicated report than can be handled in the report wizard or with custom views in CRM 2011. No problem, just write one in reporting services using Business Intelligence Developer Studio, right? But what if you want to use filtering in CRM to allow users the flexibility […]

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CRM 2011 and Restoring the SSRS server

To make a long story short, if you aren't careful, bad things can happen when you lock down a CRM IIS server. There are many articles on the internet that cover this topic, but changes to IIS range from local security permissions to registry hacks. We learned the following details as a result of an […]

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CRM 2011 and Restoring the SSRS server

While working thru issues related to a previous posting on creating a highly secure CRM deployment with MS support, we needed to rebuild the SSRS reporting server from scratch. Based on what posting on the internet you read you are led to believe that the SSRS connector for CRM installs the reports on the reporting […]

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