Microsoft Dynamics GP Utilities Max Request Length Error

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Hi, experts! After the installation of GP2010 R2 is completed, the GP utilities start configuring the system and when it arrives to the last step of SRS Report Deployment Wizard, it shows an error message as shown below.

Please help me on this matter.


Business Intelligence reports were not deployed
Error Details:
The deployment has exceeded the maximum request length allowed by the target server. Set maxRequestLength="20690" in the web.config file and try deploying again.
Click Retry to deploy the reports again or click Cancel to deploy the reports later.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #151371

Microsoft Dynamics GP Utilities Max Request Length Error



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Microsoft Dynamics GP Utilities Max Request Length Error



Have you install the initial GP 2010 version deployed the SSRS reports somewhere on your network? It will not work unless you try to install SP2.

So, use Task Manager to close your GP utilities and it was able to log into GP2010 w/ no problems. Then, go to GP Reporting Tools Setup and you can see that the reports are not deployed and try to deploy from there you will get more complete xml error information message.

Go to Reports library in your Internet Explorer and see the reports.

Hope it will help you.

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