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My situation is - I have created a SSRS report using Visual Studio 2015.
The columns in report to display data are derived columns and not any direct columns reading straight from any back end entity or table.
Hence, I created a SQL database with few tables. To populate data in these tables I created SSIS package which reads CRM filtered views and using Kingsway soft writing found records in newly created tables.
When I run the SSRS report in VS 2015 (using Preview tab) to view data, it runs fine. But when I upload in CRM Dynamics 365 it breaks showing error: The report cannot be displayed. (rsProcessingAborted).
Hence, Is there a way to access such external SQL database from within CRM ?
If this is On-Premise, then you can access external SQL database using Linked Server.
Check if you are able to execute you query, in SQL Management Studio, with the same user context which you are providing it to dynamic CRM.
If yes then there is no problem in accessing it from SSRS.
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