Posted by: Charles Maitland | Wednesday 19 April, 2006

Reporting Services Printing Error

Chris Slatt had some problems printing from Reporting Services after migrating from SQL Server 2000 to 2005.

He was getting an error 0X8007F304. He found that by removing the RSClientPrintClass from C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files and then reinstalling by requesting a print all was well.

This must be linked to some other aspect of his system – IE versions or updates perhaps as I have not had it after just such an upgrade but it is good to have on file for reference.

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  1. Hi
    I have a problem regarding the rs2005 and rs2000 rsclientprintclass.At our place both rs2000 and rs2005 are used.when rs2005 rsclientprint class is installed then rs2000 reports does not work and vice versa.how to resolve this problem.Is there any woraround??

    Thanks
    Vamsi


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