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Support Questions / Re: Report Viewing
« Last post by taniac on May 17, 2017, 02:09:43 pm »
Unfortunately Microsoft does not support rendering extensions to the rdlc control, only the server.  You can use SSRS Express.
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Support Questions / Report Viewing
« Last post by ncar on May 17, 2017, 02:06:50 pm »
I am interested in your Report Viewer for MVC. Is it possible to render report without providing URL of report server? I would just like to create DataSet in a controller and provide it (with path to .rdlc file) to your HTML renderer (for example with a usage of WebAPI). Can I do it with your product?
 
I have checked out samples that you provide as nuget package, but I cannot figure out how to do it.
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Release Updates / Re: V6 Release - January 2017
« Last post by taniac on January 31, 2017, 03:48:43 pm »
We have released build 6.0.376.0 to the support site. This build includes the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Updates have been made to the report viewer page
  • Added ISV comment
  • Added report viewer page
  • Update registration and ordering for new viewer control (full and standard) which the customer can now purchase from the website for a 1 year subscription
  • Update to support if more than one version running on same DB
  • Change date time to allow time
  • fix back on cascading tree to no longer have a validation error
  • fix zoom tooltip
  • fix case with hidden parameter in cascading tree
  • Fixed setup to always overwrite files
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Support Questions / Re: Using with MVC bundle. Javascript error.
« Last post by Forerunner Admin on January 30, 2017, 08:23:35 am »
We are not kerberose experts.  You can google it, there are many articles. There are different steps depending on your version of windows.  We do not recommend using windows integrated authentication because it is only supported by IE and not on any mobile device.  You can still use windows authentication, but with forms you get better support on all browsers and less challenge with setting up kerberos.
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Support Questions / Re: Using with MVC bundle. Javascript error.
« Last post by gregs on January 27, 2017, 09:04:57 am »
Ok, that was it.  It's now displaying without any error and the images are showing the reports in the folders.  Don't want to sound rude but I felt it was a bundling issue all along since it was only occuring in Release and debug=false.  When not debugging it performs the actual bundling process.

Now the final piece is it's not filtering out a folder I know my test user does not have rights to (setup in SSRS).  I have the application deployed in IIS with Window Authentication enabled.  I googled and tryied changing the order of the Providers pushing Negotiate above NTLM, and setting ASP.NET Impersonation to Enabled as well but to no avail.  Is there a link to some steps that need to be taken to insure I have kerberose setup correctly?

Thanks

Greg
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Support Questions / Re: Using with MVC bundle. Javascript error.
« Last post by Forerunner Admin on January 27, 2017, 08:05:14 am »
OK, we think we have figured it out.  It is because you are bundling the js files.  By default we determine the api path from the Forerunner js file path.  You do not have one because you are bundling them all.  If you bundle the "forerunner.min.js" then you must set call Forerunner.Config.setVirtualRootBase because we cannot determine it automatically.
 
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Support Questions / Re: Using with MVC bundle. Javascript error.
« Last post by gregs on January 27, 2017, 07:52:01 am »
When I run the application in Release we have the issues.

url http://localhost:53399

    It's a standard structure:

    • Porkview
      • Controllers
      • Forerunner
      • Models
      • sdk
      • Scripts
      • Views

Yes I have too or we start getting 404's for the api calls you code makes (see prior comments).  This is the javascript:
$(document).ready(function () {
    var $reportArea = $("#rptDiv");

    forerunner.config.setAPIBase("http://localhost:53399/api");

    forerunner.config.initialize(function () {
        this.explorer = $reportArea.reportExplorerEZ({
            isFullScreen: false
        });

    })
});

The thing about it is it's really almost a show stopper because if you have another view that utilizes the widget(s) you will have to setAPIBase in the javascript in that view.  Any view that creates an instance of the explorer will require this.  And now with this last error setting the api doesn't seem to help (fixed the prior errors, but not this).  Also the image is not showing on any reports in the folder but I suspect it might be due to the js error so it's not reaching to js code that set the report type image.
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Support Questions / Re: Using with MVC bundle. Javascript error.
« Last post by Forerunner Admin on January 27, 2017, 07:42:32 am »
What type of authorization are you using in your ReportManager controller?  Unless you are using basic or forms or have setup kerberos , then the security context will not be passed to SSRS.  If you have configured it to use a system account or the service account, then SSRS permission will only reflect that account
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Support Questions / Re: Using with MVC bundle. Javascript error.
« Last post by Forerunner Admin on January 26, 2017, 04:56:50 pm »
Correct it should not.  Please send is the url of your app and the folder structure.  Are you using setAPIBase?
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Support Questions / Re: Using with MVC bundle. Javascript error.
« Last post by gregs on January 26, 2017, 02:13:26 pm »
FYI

And the cause of the error is 404 on call to:  Reports/api/ReportManager/isFavorite?path=%2F&instance=

It has "Reports/" which it shouldn't.

Greg
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