Sounds like you may have run into this known issue with SSRS. Try staggering your subscriptions as suggested in the Connect article, or if your resulting report. Hi, I have a SSRS report that is uploaded on WSS site. This report has a ” Jump to report” link to another report and there is also a parameter. (rrRenderingError) An error occurred during rendering of the report. Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection.
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Post as a guest Name. Sign up using Email and Password. You can read topics. For more information, please refer to this link: Subreport is placed in Group header of a Table in main report. Please post the detail error log for our analysis if possible. I am Saving the report in Shared Location through Subscription.
A message that indicates that the number of columns exceeds the maximum possible columns per sheet is typically caused when the number of columns in an Excel worksheet is exceeded.
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An error occurred during rendering of the report” Note: When the subscription runs to occurded an excel file and put it on the shared drive, it gives the following error: For example, an incorrect style value for background color is “2pt” and incorrect value for height is “true”. You can’t edit other topics. Post reply Like 32 Add to Briefcase. Sign in to vote.
While exporing the report file to PDF from reportviewer i am getting a following error message “An error occurred during rendering of the report.
An error occurred during rendering of the report. I have created dufing subscription that will place a report on a file share.
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Unthreaded, ascending Unthreaded, descending. Specify a supported border style and then try again. Problem is that some time subscription run successfully and sum time it give error: Valid unit types are cm, in, mm, pc, and pt. Nathan 8, 2 22 You can’t vote in polls.
Sounds like you may have run into this known issue with SSRS.
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A message that indicates that an RDL size is specified out of range is typically caused when a measurement for the page size is outside of the valid page margin size. You can’t delete other topics.
Based on my understanding, you create a subscription to distribute a report to a file share. You can’t delete your own events. Monday, February 16, 7: Excel supports up to 65, rows. Edited by Mehmood G Wednesday, February 11, 9: Remove From My Forums.
SSRS Subscription error “An error occurred during rendering of the report”