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scott9676  
#1 Posted : Friday, March 9, 2018 9:47:18 PM(UTC)
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Is there a way to deploy this to Azure to generate a live dashboard for an Azure based SQL Server?

We are looking for alternatives to the long ended Azure Reporting Service.
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#2 Posted : Saturday, March 10, 2018 9:09:01 AM(UTC)
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Hi, no sorry no experience so far with an Azure deployment...
The Web Report Server is a standard ASP.Net application, accessing the repository files, so it should not be difficult.
Thank you for any feedback.
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, March 21, 2018 5:41:40 PM(UTC)
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I have it deployed to Azure, and I have the repository directory moved. I'm able to log in if I select basic authentication or pass through if I select no security.

The problem I'm having now is that I can't see any report files in the directory. If I add a directory under the reports directory I am able to see the directory but none of the files. I have moved all of the files from the d:\programdata\Seal Report Repository into the new repository with the same directory names.

For the install I copied all of the files from the 'web' directory up to Azure, created a repository directory within that directory, created the subdirectories, and then pointed the web.config file to the new repository directory.

I'm guessing it is some sort of security thing? Any thoughts?

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#4 Posted : Thursday, March 22, 2018 7:29:41 AM(UTC)
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You are right, you should change the Repository Folder in your web.config.
Then, I would say that the process/user impersonated by IIS has no right to list files in the directory you are pointed to...
What authentication method is used in IIS (Anonymous I guess, if so check the that user identity used has rights on the repository folder).
Check also the identity of the application pool if you can do that in Azure.
Thank you to let us know.
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