NFR 2.5 - no autogenerated reports, fails on generation

Hello,
we have NFR 2.5 installation with mutiple bindings to Windows and OES servers. The scans works well and we received information inside the databases (PG 9.2). I created some reports which will be work in the preview mode. The next step to schedule the reports fails. There are no reports inside the "stored reports" section. I reconfigure the log level to debug and see an error inside the report generation "Report generation completed with errors or warnings for report SERVER_FS_filextension: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at SRSReportGenerator.SRSReportGenerator.ReportThread (Object obj)".
Which are the next steps to fix this issue? Is there an other way to analyse the problem? I get the same error level for all reports on the system. I try also to delete these reports and recreate a new one.
Here you found a trace from the report generation:
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 800c 2848 3000 Sched, ST: Removed task AgentManagerService Scheduled Task 3 from schedule queue.
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 4588 SQL: SQL Processing SQL stored procedure: 'srs.add_scan_active_task_entry', Param 0 (): '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><ScanScheduleSetupTask><TaskType>2</TaskType><ScanType>2</ScanType><ScheduleID>283</ScheduleID><PolicyID>17</PolicyID></ScanScheduleSetupTask>', Param 1 (): '0'
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 800c 2848 4588 Sched, RT: ScanSchedulerService Scheduled Task 283 executed, Result = 0.
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 800c 2848 4588 Sched, RT: This is the last execution for ScanSchedulerService Scheduled Task 283.
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 0005 2848 748 SSC: Starting initial setup for report definition 17, schedule 283, type: 2...
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 0005 2848 748 SSC: Dispatching scheduled report, schedule 283, report definition id 17...
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 748 SQL: SQL Processing SQL query: 'SELECT * FROM srs.report_definitions WHERE id=?', Param 0 (): 17
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 748 SQL: SQL Processing SQL stored procedure: 'srs.add_report_in_progress_entry', Param 0 (): '17', Param 1 (): '1', Param 2 (): '0'
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 748 SQL: SQL Processing SQL stored procedure: 'srs.add_scan_active_task_entry', Param 0 (): '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><ReportExecutionTask><ReportDefinitionID>17 </ReportDefinitionID><InProgressReportID>40</InProgressReportID><PriorityLevel>3604529</PriorityLevel></ReportExecutionTask>', Param 1 (): '6'
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 748 SQL: SQL Processing SQL query: 'DELETE FROM srs.scan_active_tasks WHERE id=?', Param 0 (): 592
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 0005 2848 2252 SSC: Report Worker executing report for definition ID 17, priority 3604529...
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 2252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL query: 'SELECT * FROM srs.report_definitions WHERE id=?', Param 0 (): 17
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 2252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL query: 'SELECT nt.* FROM srs.notification_targets AS nt JOIN srs.report_notification_targets AS rnt ON nt.id = rnt.notification_target_id WHERE rnt.report_definition_id=?', Param 0 (): 17
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 4252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL query: 'DELETE FROM srs.scan_active_tasks WHERE id=?', Param 0 (): 593
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 4252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL stored procedure: 'srs.add_notification_entry', Param 0 (notification_timet): '1422369480', Param 1 (target): '', Param 2 (type): '1', Param 3 (severity): '1', Param 4 (status_code): '-1', Param 5 (destination_type): '2', Param 6 (subject): 'Report generation failure', Param 7 (message): 'An error was encountered while attempting to generate the report SERVER_FS_filextension: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at SRSReportGenerator.SRSReportGenerator.ReportThread (Object obj).'
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 4252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL query: 'SELECT report_name FROM srs.report_definitions WHERE id=?', Param 0 (): 17
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 3 0005 2848 4252 SSC: Report generation completed with errors or warnings for report SERVER_FS_filextension: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at SRSReportGenerator.SRSReportGenerator.ReportThread (Object obj)
01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 0005 2848 2252 SSC: Report Worker executed report for definition ID 17, priority 3604529, result: 0.
Thanks for support and help for this issue
Michael

On 1/30/2015 6:16 AM, michaelkuerschner wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> we have NFR 2.5 installation with mutiple bindings to Windows and OES
> servers. The scans works well and we received information inside the
> databases (PG 9.2). I created some reports which will be work in the
> preview mode. The next step to schedule the reports fails. There are no
> reports inside the "stored reports" section. I reconfigure the log level
> to debug and see an error inside the report generation "Report
> generation completed with errors or warnings for report
> SERVER_FS_filextension: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference
> not set to an instance of an object. at
> SRSReportGenerator.SRSReportGenerator.ReportThread (Object obj)".
>
> Which are the next steps to fix this issue? Is there an other way to
> analyse the problem? I get the same error level for all reports on the
> system. I try also to delete these reports and recreate a new one.
>
> Here you found a trace from the report generation:
> -------------------
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 800c 2848 3000 Sched, ST: Removed task
> AgentManagerService Scheduled Task 3 from schedule queue.
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 4588 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> stored procedure: 'srs.add_scan_active_task_entry', Param 0 (): '<?xml
> version="1.0"
> encoding="UTF-8"?><ScanScheduleSetupTask><TaskType>2</TaskType><ScanType>2</ScanType><ScheduleID>283</ScheduleID><PolicyID>17</PolicyID></ScanScheduleSetupTask>',
> Param 1 (): '0'
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 800c 2848 4588 Sched, RT:
> ScanSchedulerService Scheduled Task 283 executed, Result = 0.
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 800c 2848 4588 Sched, RT: This is the last
> execution for ScanSchedulerService Scheduled Task 283.
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 0005 2848 748 SSC: Starting initial setup
> for report definition 17, schedule 283, type: 2...
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 0005 2848 748 SSC: Dispatching scheduled
> report, schedule 283, report definition id 17...
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 748 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> query: 'SELECT * FROM srs.report_definitions WHERE id=?', Param 0 ():
> 17
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 748 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> stored procedure: 'srs.add_report_in_progress_entry', Param 0 (): '17',
> Param 1 (): '1', Param 2 (): '0'
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 748 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> stored procedure: 'srs.add_scan_active_task_entry', Param 0 (): '<?xml
> version="1.0"
> encoding="UTF-8"?><ReportExecutionTask><ReportDefinitionID>17 </ReportDefinitionID><InProgressReportID>40</InProgressReportID><PriorityLevel>3604529</PriorityLevel></ReportExecutionTask>',
> Param 1 (): '6'
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 748 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> query: 'DELETE FROM srs.scan_active_tasks WHERE id=?', Param 0 (): 592
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 0005 2848 2252 SSC: Report Worker
> executing report for definition ID 17, priority 3604529...
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 2252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> query: 'SELECT * FROM srs.report_definitions WHERE id=?', Param 0 ():
> 17
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 2252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> query: 'SELECT nt.* FROM srs.notification_targets AS nt JOIN
> srs.report_notification_targets AS rnt ON nt.id =
> rnt.notification_target_id WHERE rnt.report_definition_id=?', Param 0
> (): 17
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 4252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> query: 'DELETE FROM srs.scan_active_tasks WHERE id=?', Param 0 (): 593
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 4252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> stored procedure: 'srs.add_notification_entry', Param 0
> (notification_timet): '1422369480', Param 1 (target): '', Param 2
> (type): '1', Param 3 (severity): '1', Param 4 (status_code): '-1',
> Param 5 (destination_type): '2', Param 6 (subject): 'Report generation
> failure', Param 7 (message): 'An error was encountered while attempting
> to generate the report SERVER_FS_filextension:
> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance
> of an object. at
> SRSReportGenerator.SRSReportGenerator.ReportThread (Object obj).'
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 8 8010 2848 4252 SQL: SQL Processing SQL
> query: 'SELECT report_name FROM srs.report_definitions WHERE id=?',
> Param 0 (): 17
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 3 0005 2848 4252 SSC: Report generation
> completed with errors or warnings for report SERVER_FS_filextension:
> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance
> of an object. at
> SRSReportGenerator.SRSReportGenerator.ReportThread (Object obj)
> 01 2015-01-27 15:38:00 3600 5 0005 2848 2252 SSC: Report Worker
> executed report for definition ID 17, priority 3604529, result: 0.
> -------------------
>
> Thanks for support and help for this issue
> Michael
>
>
Michael,
Would you mind sending an email to [email protected]? We'd like to
troubleshoot this with you directly. Thank you.
-- NFMS Support Team

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    4. report file (RPT) in subfolder, i.e. not under root
    P.S.: also: if embedRptInResource set to true, ResourceName from the class used to reference RPT file is ignored, i.e. RPT file generates code itself. So, the embedRptInResource must be set to false if you want to avoid such case
    In my case i just get rid of Report classes and moved RPT files into the App_Code folder (in one of subfolder under App_Code; and embedRptInResource=true).
    So, either keep everything under root or move RPT files into App_Code
    Btw, useLegacyV2RuntimeActivationPolicy is not required, i.e. in my case everything works just fine without it (.Net 4).
    Edited by: Kirill.Y on Feb 22, 2011 2:00 PM

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