Report server configuration per AOS

When printing reports in AX 2012 you could end up with this one:

“The default Report Server Configuration ID could not be found in the SRSServers table”

The reason for this could be that you are running multiple AOS instances and you have not created a Reporting server configuration in AX for each AOS.

Report server setup


4 thoughts on “Report server configuration per AOS

  1. Dear,
    In my environment we are using 2 AOS servers and Reporting services are configured on another new host. In reporting server configurations I have added 2 aos server details and default configuration tick marked for both the configurations AOS1 and AOS2.

    As per your post, your ax client application connected to AOS2 and the default configuration tick marked only for AOS2?

    Ravi Theja Madisetty

    1. Hi,

      Thanks for reading the post. You need a default configuration per AOS. Just like you did.
      The AX configuration used on the SSRS can easily point back at any AOS.

      I hope that answers your question.



      1. Hi

        Thanks for your response!!!

        Coming to My issue, I have done the reporting configuration properly but if I stopped the AOS1 and trying to run the reports from AOS2 but fails due to error message “No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it IP ADDREES (Referring AOS1)”

        Finally, we have resolved the issue by creating new business connector configuration in report server (WEB SERVER not in AOS) which includes the AOS1 and AOS2 servers and saved in the location “C: \Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS10_50.MSSQLSERVER\Reporting Services\ReportServer\bin\Microsoft.Dynamics.AX.ReportConfiguration.axc”. Issue stands resolved now.

        Ravi Theja Madisetty

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