Thursday, February 9, 2012

Rule "Reporting Services Catalog Database File Existence" failed


Error :
Rule "Reporting Services Catalog Database File Existence" failed

Solution

Open the folder
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL10.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA"
Delete the below files from the folder

ReportServer.mdf
ReportServer_log.LDF
ReportServerTempDB.mdf
ReportServerTempDB_log.LDF

After deleting the above files ,click Re-run in the setup window


42 comments:

  1. cool man it is working. Thanks a log

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  2. Nithun
    Please stop the SQL service and delete it

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  3. thank you so much, very helpful

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  4. Thanks it save my valuable time..

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  5. what is the reason for it?? it worked for me to

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  6. i think its a kind of cookies type issue

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  7. nice information, its works for me ..

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  8. Love u man..it works :) :) yo yo

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  9. Superb ..you are genius ..thanks alot

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  10. Thanks a lot it works

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  11. Thanks you Bro.. God Bless You

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  12. thank you bro. you save my time, it works great

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  13. Hi Kiran
    the reason for this is "
    This issue occurs because the databases for the SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services instance that you want to install already exist on the computer"

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  14. Thank you so much, saved valuable troubleshooting time.

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  15. Very good trick it does take a bit to try to figure this out

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  16. Thanks it worked so happy

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  17. Great! Much appreciated

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  18. I like turtles.

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  19. Working fine..Thanks much

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  20. Thank u, its helped me to finish SQL

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  21. What a stupid thing by Microsoft. They have to remove this in first place with the remove process.

    Thanks to you myitexperience :)

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  22. i was trying to install SQL 2012 -web on 32 bit OS, which had SQL server installed on it previuosly and then got uninstalled, i faced similar issue and by following the suggestion, it got resolved...thanks for saving my time.

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  23. worked perfectly....thanks a lot....

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  24. hay in my c drive i am cant find the MSSQL10.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA
    folder...so how can i do it...pls help me

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  25. Hi Ajay

    Please search for the MSSQL folder and you can see the pattern
    "MSSQL10.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\DATA"

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