SharePoint 2010: ReportViewer with Access Services


Session state has been disabled for ASP.NET. 
The Report Viewer control requires that session state be enabled in local mode

When I try to view ReportViewer that published from Access Web Database to SharePoint site.




Thanks, that did the trick. In fact, from the SharePoint powershell prompt I can just enter one command:
It then prompts for a session database to create. I just used dbSession (but foo or any name should work).
It all works just fine now. Thanks a bunch.
Albert D. Kallal (Access MVP)
Edmonton, Alberta Canada

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