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ReportingService2010.EnableDataSource Method

Enables a data source that is disabled.

Namespace:  ReportService2010
Assembly:  ReportService2010 (in ReportService2010.dll)

[<SoapHeaderAttribute("ServerInfoHeaderValue", Direction = SoapHeaderDirection.Out)>]
[<SoapDocumentMethodAttribute("http://schemas.microsoft.com/sqlserver/reporting/2010/03/01/ReportServer/EnableDataSource", RequestNamespace = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/sqlserver/reporting/2010/03/01/ReportServer", 
    ResponseNamespace = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/sqlserver/reporting/2010/03/01/ReportServer", 
    Use = SoapBindingUse.Literal, ParameterStyle = SoapParameterStyle.Wrapped)>]
[<SoapHeaderAttribute("TrustedUserHeaderValue")>]
member EnableDataSource : 
        DataSource:string -> unit 

Parameters

DataSource
Type: System.String
The fully qualified URL of the data source including the file name and, in SharePoint mode, the extension (.rsds).

The table below shows header and permissions information on this operation.

SOAP Header Usage

(In) TrustedUserHeaderValue

(Out) ServerInfoHeaderValue

Native Mode Required Permissions

UpdateContent

SharePoint Mode Required Permissions

EditListItems()

If the .rsds file name extension is excluded from the data source name, an rsFileExtensionRequired error will be returned. If an .odc file name extension is given, an rsNotSupported error is returned.

The length of the DataSource parameter cannot exceed 260 characters; otherwise, a SOAP exception is thrown with the error code rsItemLengthExceeded.

The DataSource parameter cannot be null or empty or contain the following reserved characters: : ? ; @ & = + $ , \ * > < | . ". You can use the forward slash character (/) to separate items in the full path name of the folder, but you cannot use it at the end of the folder name.

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