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CMS-XML There are no Page Servers connected..." when trying to run or preview a report
>Error Displayed SYNOPSIS: Attempting to run or preview a report object from the Crystal Management Console results in the following error message in the Crystal Report Viewer:
CMS-XML Message Parameter 'PESDimension' does not exist on this report Source Microsoft.ReportViewer.WebForms running report.
After upgrading to PPM 2009 R1 get the following error running a report created with the "Tasks by Investment" template. Error Detail Exception System.ArgumentException
CMS-XML Running "Assignments by Resource by Investment" report on Report Server 2008 causes error "Cannot compare data of types System.Int32..."
In order to fix this error you can upload the attached version of the Assignments by Resource by Investment.rdl file over the existing one. ... Open the following url replacing "reportserver" with the name of your report server ... This will actually open the properties of that report . ... Log back into PPM and attempt to run the report again and the report should run . If you get an error try creating the report again using the template you just saved.
CMS-XML SRA: Cannot run application - reports: (Not needed: No versions selected for this component)
Originally made the component non-versioned, but had since changed it to be versioned and had successfully imported a version into the component. However attempting to run the component no version is offered as a selectable drop down. Running the application fails immediately and reports
CMS-XML How to find all reports that were created by users no longer in the system that still run on a schedule.
When you mark a user in Mariner/PPM as inactive or delete them completely from the system, any reports that user had created as scheduled reports won't be removed. Consequently, they continue to run on the specified schedule. You may want to stop these reports from running but aren't able to login as that user to delete them.
CMS-XML Trying to run report with SQL 2008 R2 Reporting Services and get error about "Data processing extension..."
This error occurs when you aren't using the supported version of SQL 2008 R2 Reporting Services. The WebServer edition of SQL 2008 R2 Reporting Services doesn't support custom data source types which is required by PPM. The supported version of SQL 2008 R2 Reporting Services is the Enterprise version where custom data sources types are supported.
CMS-XML Can't get schedule reports to send and see this error in the ns.log " Exception Thrown while processing Notification Event 'Scheduled Report: Smith, Joe: Listing of Issues'. java.lang.NullPointerException"
To locate the offending records run the following sql in the AE database. SELECT ts_loginid, COUNT(*)
CMS-XML Dim 12.2.x: Linux Oracle Run-Time installation reports "No Java virtual machine could be found from your PATH environment variable. You must install a VM prior to running this program."
- Java runtime 1.1.5 or later to run the installer in GUI mode. - GNU C Library glibc to satisfy the database pre-requisites. Please ensure these pre-requisites are installed before attempting to install Oracle.
CMS-XML Users can't run Trend Reports and get the following error in the Windows Application Event Viewer. "Cannot insert the value NULL into column 'TS_ENDGMTSECONDS'"
This may take a minute to run. When it finishes you can run the SQL again from above and there should be no records returned. Open the SBM interface and try to run a Trend Report .
CMS-XML Running Resources by Resource Team report on Report Server 2008 causes error "Cannot compare data of types System.Int32..."
Log back into PPM and attempt to run the report again with the Group By option selected that caused the error before and the report should run .
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