RE: Load Report Failed Server 2012 r2

      I have been getting load report failed on a server 2012 R2 (64bit) server and have been unable to identify the fault.

      Latest exe version of SAP for visual studio loaded to server,

      Access to both Temp and Report location programmatically tested prior to report load

      Report works on development machine (windows 7 using VS 2012)

      Have noted BufferOverflow on the process monitor but have been unable to identify cause (from inprocServer32\(Default))

      Don’t know what to test for next?

      Hope someone can help.

      Result   Despite permissions being granted to all used folders (windows/temp, actual report and Sap program) pass through as user IUSR was still being used at the application level of IIS8. During runtime I checked using System.IO.File.Exists to ensure access was valid and this passed but still Load Report Failed occurred.   Finally changed the Application Pools / Application Identity in advanced level to a domain account with minimum permissions and the report loaded and all has worked as expected since.   There must be a better way of assessing permissions at run time and what is being denied.  …

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        Despite permissions being granted to all used folders (windows/temp, actual report and Sap program) pass through as user IUSR was still being used at the application level of IIS8. During runtime I checked using System.IO.File.Exists to ensure access was valid and this passed but still Load Report Failed occurred.

         

        Finally changed the Application Pools / Application Identity in advanced level to a domain account with minimum permissions and the report loaded and all has worked as expected since.

         

        There must be a better way of assessing permissions at run time and what is being denied.

         

        Thank you for all your help Don.

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