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Hi I am getting this error "Object reference not set to an instance of an object." when i try to open a SSRSreport in ax 2012?
How could this be solved?
Already tried restarting Sql server reporting services .but din't work
You'll get this error when you try to call a method or access a property on a null object. You'll need to collect more information about what fails to be able to fix it.
Is the problem only with a single report? Do you get the same problem in Visual Studio? Debugging there should be easier.
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I am also facing this issue in PurchPurchaseOrder Report.
when I am clicking on the design in VS same error occur.
design not open due to this error.
I have already customize this report before this error occur.
What can i do for this........... ...
In my experience I solved this issue by running a Full Cil compilation.
Finally, in some cases I have also stop AOS, delete the XppIL folder, start AOS and running a Full CIL
Also, in the past I have installed the KB 2720601 for a similar problem.
"Assume that you create a drillthrough report in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. When you try to print preview a child report from the drillthrough report, you receive the following error message"
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Senior Technical Architect
Does it happens with all AX reports?
Try to re-deploy the BIServices Service Group from AOT.
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1. Open AX as Admin
2. Restore and deploy the report
3. Restart Reporting service
If it doesn't work,
Try restarting AOS.
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