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I am working on updating one SSIS 2012 package to populate missing data from source to destination for a client. I received access denied error on package execution complaining about connection managers. The password for each connection manager is specified in the Project.params (i.e. parameters at the project level).

This error is very misleading. I granted myself a full control access to the file but the error remained.

Luckily my colleague pointed out to me that the package needed to be rebuilt first. This is indeed the fix i.e. the package has to be rebuilt before execution. I honestly have not seen this in SSIS 2005 and 2008R2.

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I am on SQL Server 2008R2 and got the above error from my RSS script, which was odd. How could it throw an error about Reporting Services 2005?

To resolve this, add the endpoint -e Mgmt2010 into the rs syntax. Example is shown below.

rs -i C:\temp\Reports.rss -s http://sql01/ReportServer -e Mgmt2010

 

Microsoft (R) Reporting Services RS
Version 10.50.1600.1 x86
Executes script file contents against the specified Report Server.
RS -i inputfile -s serverURL [-u username] [-p password]
[-l timeout] [-b] [-e endpoint] [-v var=value] [-t]

-i  inputfile   Script file to execute
-s  serverURL   URL (including server and vroot) to execute
script against.
-u  username    User name used to log in to the server.
-p  password    Password used to log in to the server.
-e  endpoint    Web service endpoint to use with the script.
Options are:
Exec2005 – The ReportExecution2005 endpoint
Mgmt2005 – The ReportService2005 endpoint
Mgmt2006 – The ReportService2006 endpoint
Mgmt2010 – The ReportService2010 endpoint
-l  timeout     Number of seconds before the connection to the
server times out. Default is 60 seconds and 0 is
infinite time out.
-b              Run as a batch and rollback if commands fail
-v  var=value   Variables and values to pass to the script
-t  trace       Include trace information in error message

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I created an RSS script to deploy a new report to the existing report server where the shared data source and folder have already been set up.

I got the warning error complaining that the shared data  set and data source must be published before this report can be run, which was odd.

In order to make this warning go away, the following VB code was taken out.

If Not (warnings Is Nothing) Then
Dim warning As Warning
For Each warning In warnings
Console.WriteLine(warning.Message)
Next warning
Else
Console.WriteLine(“ReportPart: {0} published successfully with no warnings”, reportPart)
End If

It is safe to take this code out because my purpose is to deploy a new report or the latest existing report where the shared components have been set up.

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The minimum OS requirement for SQL Server 2016 is either Windows 2012 server or Windows 8.  This is not it. It also requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP 1 and KB2919355. There is a new feature called Polybase in SQL Server 2016, which requires Java RunTime so this needs to be installed as well. Polybase is used to extract value from unstructured and structured data using T-SQL.

So I went on upgrading my Windows 7 to Windows 8.1 and updating drivers and stuff.. all good but wait .. I was speechless when trying to install .NET Framework 3.5 SP 1 and KB2919355 as the install has failed with unexplainable error. I wasted 2 days on this.

Anyway, sorry for the rant. The fix is listed here step by step:

  1. Restart your computer (THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT)
  2. Install KB2919442
  3. Install KB2919355
  4. Restart your computer
  5. Install SQL Server 2016

Reference:

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-update/unable-to-install-windows-updates-kb2919442-and/249b8a40-6c63-47b3-8346-953f595b703a?auth=1

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