Post #317784 Andrew TregonningAndrew Tregonning Posted Tuesday, October 24, 2006 6:57 PM Ten Centuries Group: General Forum Members Last Login: Sunday, August 23, 2015 5:03 PM Points: 1,165, Visits: 146 Hi If yes, keep increasing the volume till the report fails. at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.MatrixInstance.AddCell(ProcessingContext pc, NonComputedUniqueNames& cellNonComputedUniqueNames) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.ReportProcessing.RuntimeMatrixGroupLeafObj.CreateOutermostSubtotalCell(MatrixInstance matrixInstance) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.ReportProcessing.RuntimeMatrixGroupLeafObj.CreateSubtotalOrStaticCells(MatrixInstance matrixInstance, RuntimePivotGroupRootObj currOuterHeadingGroupRoot, Boolean outerGroupingSubtotal) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.ReportProcessing.RuntimeMatrixHeadingsObj.CreateInstances(RuntimeDataRegionObj outerGroup, ProcessingContext processingContext, MatrixInstance matrixInstance, Boolean outerGroupings, RuntimePivotGroupRootObj currOuterHeadingGroupRoot, MatrixHeadingInstanceList headingInstances, RenderingPagesRangesList pagesList) at Too big dataset. this contact form
What amount of formatting/logic is contained in the body of the report? Tino Ruijs Microsoft Dynamics NAV specialist0 geordie Member Posts: 644 2014-01-06 tinoruijs wrote: I'm getting the same message on the report 204 Sales Quote. Liquids in carry on, why and how much? I have investigated this error and it would seem that 350,000 rows of data is indeed too much for the SSRS to swallow.
Post #318600 Andrew TregonningAndrew Tregonning Posted Sunday, October 29, 2006 3:53 PM Ten Centuries Group: General Forum Members Last Login: Sunday, August 23, 2015 5:03 PM Points: 1,165, Visits: 146 That's All Forums SQL Server 2008 Forums Analysis Server and Reporting Services (2008) 'System.OutOfMemoryException' SSRS 2005 Error Reply to Topic Printer Friendly Author Topic Danny_SQL_9876 Starting Member 8 Posts Posted-02/23/2012: 17:55:27 Do I need to cite an old theorem, if I've strengthened it, wrote my own theorem statement, with a different proof?
Sales quote report at customer site is 6 to 8 pages long normally. Report Abuse. I think doing a CLEAR on the image variable after the first fetch might also work - but can't confirm Charleh0 poppins Member Posts: 615 2013-10-02 Charleh wrote: Does your report I got the same export correctly without error once and then again it throws everytime on the dev and prodn environments.
What shall I do? 0 Comments Charleh Member Posts: 42 2013-10-02 Does your report include any images? useful source I am not really able to know on the details of these. I'd also look to the client stats to see what volume of data 180MM rows actually is (ie in bytes/kbytes). You cannot post IFCode.
It is just 540 pages which is like 35000 records that are retrieved onto the report viewer. weblink My report is a matrix. No further replies will be accepted. http://bidn.com/blogs/MMilligan/bidn-blog/2903/ssrs-gotcha-interactiveheight=0 share|improve this answer answered Jul 27 '12 at 22:51 Mike Milligan 11 1 Please include a description of the steps required here in this post, or it risks being
Tino Ruijs Microsoft Dynamics NAV specialist0 Sign In or Register to comment. All-Star 28639 Points 2444 Posts Re: 'System.OutOfMemoryException' Exception when report is exported to EXCEL in ssrs 2005 Nov 19, 2008 04:53 AM|Jian Kang - MSFT|LINK Hi Suman, There is a KB To an extent, regardless of how long this takes, you're likely to find that your answer is 'get more ram'. navigate here I tried to see the performance details on the development server.
I have written a rendering extension and here is part of the exception when I step into the code. Since the report is nothing more than an XML file, build the report XML string from within SQL server or by using some script or process. I seem to remember 65,536 rows is the limit.
Currently I have changed the proc that drives my report to just do a select Top 90 000. Click here to get your free copy of Network Administrator. Steve. To debug, check whether the report runs for small amount of data.
You may read topics. When ALL Vendors are selected the answer set can exceed 350,000 rows. asked 7 years ago viewed 25645 times active 1 year ago Get the weekly newsletter! his comment is here This can sometimes lead to the report dataset being bigger than the available memory on the client - so when NAV sends it across, your client machine can't handle it (after
You cannot post topic replies. Following the suggestions in KB 909678, we've tried tweaking the MemoryLimit and there is clearly still plenty of RAM left available on the server. Which output format do you render the report? if the answer set is 500MB, then it takes 3 times that amount of memory to process and render the report. 2,350 Posts Reply tlachev replied on Wed, Mar 3 2010
My specs are to be able to create a report with 120 000 rows. In order to deal with this issue, you can reduce memory consumption by redesigning the report queries in the following ways: •Return less data in the report queries •Move complex aggregations That's gonna be a lot of work. Before creating a new report, try to apply this workaround Thanks for the tip!
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I am using SQL Server 2008R2 and SSRS 2008.