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Make sure you put the. Sorry, but I still have problem with JasperReports Server. Then you will be able to set a connection to SQL Server using: Sign up using Email and Password.
Any experience running Jaspersoft on SQL Server 2016?
Wow that was easy once I figured it out. JasperSoft has a nice installer that installs everything for you: I agree that the lack of documentation for Jasperserver is a major reason why I would recommend against companies using it. Iasperserver why it worked in one environment but not another.
Even to show my good will xql open source projects, I documented my steps on their wiki for them. So that is fine, I was certain there would be a quick and easy document on how add SQL as a database.
MS SQL Server connection with JasperReports – Stack Overflow
Below is the error. No budget to buy a commercial license for a better documented product.
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Jul 8 – Yeah, three days later, still no documentation found…. Surely one or more of these must eerver causing your connection failure. I can provide my server IP adress and password via private message. My notes are not relavant to Windows authentication so I will hold off until you let me know.
It has been an extreme source of frusturation for me to get things done.
Is the Jasperserver also installed on a Windows machine? I’m looking forward to Your seever. The exception handling is also bad. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
I have been trying to make a connection between these two softwares fo whole day, but unsuccessfully I couldn’t manage to solve the problem.
I’m logged in, have an administratives privileges and I use Windows Home Jaspdrserver localy, not remotely This error did not occur when connecting from Jasperserver 4. When I try to create a connection from jasperserver running on docker container to sqlserver i’m not able to connect.
I have done almost everything according to the article: SQL Server supports holdability at the connection level only.
Yes, same scenario only I’m using versus I will share in next post.