How to Enable Remote Errors in SSRS | SansSQL

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

How to Enable Remote Errors in SSRS

Enabling Remote Errors includes external error information (for example, error information about report data sources) with the error messages that are returned for users who request reports from remote computers. By default the remote errors in SSRS is set to false, which means error messages in a multi-server environment are not detailed.

Enable Remote Errors by using the Report Server Properties
  1. Open SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and connect to the Report Server
  2. Right-Click on Report Server and Choose "Properties"
  3. Navigate to the "Advanced" Page and set the "EnableRemoteErrors" to "True" and Click "OK"
Enable Remote Errors by Modifying the ConfigurationInfo table
USE ReportServer
UPDATE ConfigurationInfo
SET [Value] = 'True'
WHERE Name = 'EnableRemoteErrors'
NoteIf you modify the setting in the database, you need to restart the Reporting Services service before the changes take effect.


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