SSRS input into web.config?
Hi People, I have a simple question I think. Does SSRS input keys/value/data/tags/etc into web.config or app.config(preferably web.config)? I created a web app which uses API to connect to a third-party software and retrieves data. It works fine alone. But when I added SSRS to the page with dataset.xsd, report.rdlc, and reportviewer onto the same page and link the report together, it gave me an error from the third-party error. A separate report app works fine populating it with data from SQL Server. But reports binding to data returned from the third-party data application gave me an error. Before I ran this report app with third-party software, when I compile there's a pop-up asking something like if I want upload. If so, all previous data will be lost in web.config. I am thinking SSRS input something into web.config which conflicts with the third-party software which also have some code in web.config. BlueMarker
October 21st, 2010 3:40am
Hi People, I spent some time comparing web.config and SSRS seems to add to web.config: <buildProviders> and <HttpHandlers>. Those two doesn't seem to conflict the key from <appSettings> used by my third-party code. This still doesn't solve my problem. Anyone have suggestion/solution?
October 21st, 2010 5:55am