Team Foundation Server, Reporting Services, SharePoint; Almost but not Enough

In a previous entry, I stated I was using SharePoint and Reporting Services with Integrated mode. After that was finally successful, I wanted to connect Team Foundation 2010 (TFS) with this SharePoint installation. Continue reading Team Foundation Server, Reporting Services, SharePoint; Almost but not Enough

Unable to Access SQL Reporting Services using Server Name

A recent installation of SQL Reporting Services installed successfully but then when testing the site, no matter how the Reporting Services Configuration Manager was configured, the Reporting Manager could not be access using the server name. I couldn’t even connect to the database engine using the server name in Management Studio. Then I remembered something. Continue reading Unable to Access SQL Reporting Services using Server Name

Team Foundation Server 2010 and JDeveloper

I recently had to make a decision to use Subversion or the already deployed Team Foundation Server 2010 (TFS) for use with JDeveloper (JDev). Well, I was sure that Microsoft or Oracle would make something to allow JDev to connect to TFS for source control. Come to find out, I was right. Continue reading Team Foundation Server 2010 and JDeveloper

Switching SQL Reporting Services from Native to Integrated Mode

I was configuring SharePoint and SQL Reporting Services and I kept getting the “SharePoint content service is null. Report Server may not have joined the SharePoint farm” error when trying to set the reporting service integration in SharePoint. No matter what I did I kept getting this error. I initially had this error using SQL Reporting Services 2008 SP1 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. Continue reading Switching SQL Reporting Services from Native to Integrated Mode