Thursday, 22 August 2013

SSRS deployment for a developer machine

Problem:  I need to use SSRS 2012 in SharePoint mode on a single SharePoint 2013server.

Background:  On my developer VM I has SQL 2012 and SP2010.  SQL was installed with the "Shared Features":
1) Reporting Services - SharePoint &
2) Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint products.
I installed the services and SSA and was successful in setting up SSRS.  The problem is when I went to UAT which consisted of WFE1, WFE 2 and SQL Server that will use SSRS.

Determine the Components you will need.  In my case this is:
SQL Server 2012 SP1SQL Server 2012 SP1SharePoint 2010.

Single server SharePoint 2010 and 2013 farms and SQL Server are easy to setup as all the components are installed as part of a Full SQL installation.

Once SharePoint and SQL 2012 SP1 is installed you will see the SQL reporting Services on the farm.  I needed to setup an SSRS SSA:
PS> Install-SPRSService
PS> Install-SPRSServiceProxy
PS> get-spserviceinstance -all |where {$_.TypeName -like "SQL Server Reporting*"} | Start-SPServiceInstance


Create a SQL Server Reporting Services Service Application within Central Admin

Other Info:
Install Reporting Services SharePoint Mode as a Single Server Farm

Summary:  AutoSPInstall proved too difficult for me to implement SSRS on SP2010.  There are a lot of permutations and writing a plug-in for autoinstaller does not warrant the effort.  Farm deployments get complex and it probably best to figure out you own scenario and automate from there.

See my blog post on Installing SSRS 2012 in SharePoint Mode on SP2010 as a starting point.
 

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