SQL Server query execution failed for dataset [EXPERT FIX]

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SQL Server query execution failed for dataset

Microsoft’s database management system has been with us for some time, but many users reported SQL Server query execution failed for dataset error keeps shooting off. What do we do now? It’s an issue related to permissions, but worry not, we’ve got a few solutions for you.

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I have created a report using SQL Server Data Tool for Visual Studio 2012, but when viewing reports from Project Web App, I get the following error.

An error has occurred during report processing. (rsProcessingAborted)
Query
execution failed for dataset ‘ ‘. (rsErrorExecutingCommand)
For more information about this error navigate to the report server on the local server machine, or enable remote errors

My reports are created in Native Mode, as I am deploying reports on Project Online

Can anyone suggest the way out..

What to do if SQL Server query execution fails?

1. Permission solution

  1. Access your Management Studio and right click on the faulty database.
  2. Now select Properties, next you’re going to add this line for the user section: NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE.
    set language SQL Server Query Execution Failed For Dataset
  3. Allow permission to the user string you just created.
  4. Now click on OK, and try accessing your database once again.

2. Convert date parameters

convert date parameters SQL Server query execution failed for dataset

  1. For this solution, you should do a conversion of your date and time parameter,  from the SQL Server and the report in question.
  2. Try setting your date and time parameters to a String type in your report.

3. Remove custom date classes

remove classes SQL Server query execution failed for dataset

  1. Try heading over to the dataset’s properties and remove the custom data classes.
  2. Then proceed by removing any embedded SQL ‘s in the report with the use of the Microsoft Report Builder.

4. Check your connection

check datasource connection SQL Server query execution failed for dataset

  1. For this instance, you need to make sure that you are connected to the correct datasource. Namely, the one that has the tables you need and you have the permission to access that datasource in question.
  2. Remember to directly run the data you’re loading from the database, to avoid getting any other errors.

If you’re getting SQL Server query execution failed for dataset error on your PC, be sure to try one of our solutions to fix this problem once and for all.

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