In this post, I am gonna fix the below Reporting Service Issue with SharePoint List: Exception of type ‘Microsoft.SharePoint.SoapServer.SoapServerException’ was thrown. List does not exist. You may be also interested to check Install and Configure SQL Server Reporting Service (SSRS). Install and Configure Power BI Report Server On-Prem.
In this article, I will solve the below issue in SQL Server Reporting Service 2016 Could not load folder contents You are not allowed to view this folder. Contact your administrator to obtain the necessary permissions. Applies To SQL Server Reporting Service 2016. Steps
In this article, I will explain How to show a SharePoint Document Library files with folders and subfolders in SSRS recursively Scenario I have a SharePoint Document Library with multiple folders and subfolders as shown below: I have tried to retrieve all files, folders, and subfolders from this Document Library in Reporting Service (SSRS) report, but unfortunately, …