This document describes troubleshooting techniques when you import SQL Server Reporting Services reports for Tidal Enterprise Orchestrator (TEO).
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The information in this document is based on Tidal Enterprise Orchestrator 2.1 or later.
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In TEO, choose Administration > Database Settings. Right-click on the Reporting Database and choose Import Reports in order to import reports.
After you enter in the credentials on the first page of the Import wizard, commonly customers see pop-up errors around connections. The first thing to check is to verify that you can get to the Report Server URL from your TEO server. Copy this URL to a web browser on your TEO Server and try to go to it. If you cannot get to it from the TEO server then you are not able to import reports. You should also verify that the username and password combination is correct. On the next window, verify that the location is correct. The location differs from 2.1.X to 2.2, make sure you import the proper reports for the prior version or they do not work.
Complete these steps:
Choose Administration > Database Settings.
Right-click on Report Database and choose Import Reports.
Input the proper URL and credentials on the first page of the wizard, click Next.
Input the location of the RDL files, click Next.