SQL Reporting :: Report Viewer On A GoDaddy Shared Hosting Account
Oct 31, 2010
I contacted GoDaddy and they informed me that their Shared Hosting accounts only allow partial trust and Report viewer requires Full Trust and therefore I cannot use Report Viewer on my website. (nor do they know of any report tool that will work on their site) I just have a hard time believing that of all the accounts on Godaddy that NO ONE is running any kind reports, I can see some uses for databases with no reporting needed, but not as many as need reporting. Just a quick question, has anyone been succesful with a report tool that will work on GoDaddys shared hosting environment ?
I have in the past used Godaddy shared hosting with .net 4.0 and had no problems viewing and logging into the administration pages of a asp.net 4.0 website, using the default ASPNETDB.MDF. I don't remember if there was any changes to the web.config file. I can view the site but can't log into the site throws a error which has no detail just the custom error message explaining to change the custom tags for a more detailed message and even then it don't work get same message.
I have a GoDaddy shared Windows hosting plan and I'm running into a small issue with multiple domains. Many people have previously reported such an issue, but I am not interested in trying to resolve that problem altogether; all I want to accomplish is to change the format of my ActionLinks.
Issue Let's say the domain that is mapped to my root hosting directory is [URL]. GoDaddy forces mapping of other domains to subdirectories of the root. For example, my second domain, [URL], is mapped to [URL]. I uploaded my ASP.NET MVC site to such a subdirectory, only to find that ActionLinks that are for navigation have the following format: [URL] In other words, even when I use the domain that is mapped to the subdirectory, the subdirectory is still used in the URL. However, I noticed that I can also access the same path by going to: [URL] (leaving out the subdirectory) What I want to achieve I want to have my ActionLinks automatically drop the subdirectory, as it is not required. Is this possible without changing the ActionLinks into plain-old URLs?
I have an application in the root. I setup BlogEngine to run in a directory of the account. There is a web config in root and another one in the directory. If I have a Web.Config in the root, then I can run application but not the blog. However, if Idisable the root web.conf then the blog will work and, as expected, the application will not work. How can I get both to work without having to integrate the Blog and the Appication? I understand this is a common problem in GoDaddy's hosting account. Has anyone found a solution?
I am trying to deploy Dundas charts in .aspx to my Godaddy hosting account, but they are not showing up. The Dundas support team said I need to do the following:
If you are not using BinaryStreaming, the ASPNET user must have enough rights to write temporary images on the server's Hard drive.If using Windows 2003, the IIS_WPG user requires Write and Modify permissions.
However, of course the Godaddy support team told me I need a dedicated server to do those things. We are on a tight budget and I have to work with what I have now.
Report viewer from SQL reporting services in VS 2008 report control If I create a new report in VS 2008 they have a .rdlc extension and work correctly.
I have some reports that I was using in SQL reporting services. Extensions are .rdl and want to get them to work with VS 2008.
I copied the rdl files and the .rdl.data files over to VS 2008 (SP1) project but when I go to select the report in the control it does not see the file (I assume it is looking for a .rdlc file)
I tried rename the file to .rdlc and loaded the file up and got
The report definition has an invalid target namespace [URL] which cannot be upgraded.
I see this
"RDL files are fully compatible with the ReportViewer control runtime. However, RDL files do not contain some information that the design-time of the ReportViewer control depends on for automatically generating data-binding code. By manually binding data, RDL files can be used in the ReportViewer control."
But the link for how to manual bind the data is broken.
Can you please point me to an example of how to implement drill down in RDLC? I am in a situation where the first report appears perfectly, but when I click on a drill down link , i get an error A data source instance has not been supplied for the data source 'RecuirtmentDataSet_ProfileTracker'.
I am using Report viewer in asp.net. i am getting all the fields .. my question is while clicking the content from one field i want to open a pdf document (for eg: i am displaying the Details of a Student ,in that details report Mark Certificate is one of the column .in that i am displaying the name of the document . while clicking the name of the certificate i want to open a pdf document which having the mark statement )
I had some problems with Visual Web Developer Express 2008 recently, so I decided to reinstall it.Since then I have not been able to get ReportViewer to work again.When I try top open an rdlc file in the VWD environment, it opens in source view not design view. So I can not edit it, the way I normally would.I cannot add a new report. However the reports I have already created still work when I run the application.have tried unistalling and reinstalling everything, SQL Server Express 2008 (SP1), Visual Web Developer 2008 and Microsoft Reprt Viewer Redistributable 2008.I can not seem to get the environment back to how it was before.
As we all know, the report viewer control has an export to pdf option. But whenever the report is exported to pdf,the format gets disturbed. If my report has about 3 colums like empID,name,phone etc.... then empid and name come in 1st page of pdf and phone comes in next page of pdf. That means the columns are getting divided into pages. Where as, in general, the no of rows/data may come in several pages but columns should fit into one page.
I was hoping someone could shine some light on this subject. I am wondering if the Microsoft Report Viewer could show a full listing of all the records/rows displayed in addition to it's default pagination viewing. I am using MS VS 2008 with ASP.NET 3.0.
I have created a web application will will eventually be the holding place for several reports. Rather than creating a new webform for each report, I want to use the same report viewer for all of the reports. I have created an AccountSummary dataset (AccountSummaryDS.xsd) that has two tables, one for the header information and one for the details. I have two webforms in the app, a Default.aspx that captures the necessary employee information for the query and the ReportForm.aspx that has the reportviewer control.
I came up with the code below for a Windows form application but am having issues translating it to be used in a webform.
Have some reports that currently generate Html and function well across Chrome, IE(s), and Firefox.Need to generate PDFs and export to excel so Report viewer looked an easy choice to start.First report went easy and works fine with IE(s) and Firefox but for Chrome I am getting a a scrunchedup narrow, left aligned menu and table with no paging and basically a mess and unusable.I do not want to turn off Chrome and am at a loss as to how to proceed.