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  1. Never mind, I had brought confusion to myself. In a previous attempt to solve, I had moved the report without a connection to any datasource. Then went to the server and connected it to the DataSource1. It seems like the following attempts to deploy the report was remembering that value and was not revising the information with the latest selection. To solve, I went to the server, changed the connection to DataSource2 and now everybody is happy.
  2. Hi, I have created a data source to an Azure SQL server in AWS using my superuser account. Let's call this one "DataSource1" Once done, I noticed it was created in the JDBC folder above the Organizations folder. When I try to deploy a report from Jaspersoft Studio, the data source is not available to pick in the list. I understand now that it's unavailable to "Organization_1". So I recreated again in the Organization's DataSource folder ("DataSource2") using the same JDBC driver available in the pick list. When I now try to deploy my report from Jaspersoft Studio and this time, I point to DataSource2 which is the only available to me and I get this error: You may not access resources which do not belong to your organization. Path /jdbc/com_microsoft_sqlserver_jdbc_SQLServerDriver/DataSource1 is not visible in organization context Multitenancy context: organization organization_1 I am very confused on why it is referring to datasource1 when I chose Datasource2 for the data source in my deployment process. Anybody can point me in the right direction?
  3. I found it. Here's what I did: On AWS, from Jaspersoft's Home page, Manage->Users You'll notice that superuser is not listed. You can create a new user here. Make sure he has access to this role: ROLE_ADMINISTRATOR. Now you can go back to Jaspersoft Studio and create your new Server connection using this credential. That did it for me. For the URL, use the URL page where you have your login and password when you log on to Jaspersoft on AWS. It looks like the URL I wrote in my previous post above.
  4. I'm trying to connect my Jaspersoft Studio to my AWS Jaspersoft server. Right Click on "Server". "Create Jaspersoft Server Connection". I type the URL to the page where I login on AWS: http://ec2..../AmazonAws/Jaspersoft-pro/ with the same login information that I use to login on the site. Only unknown information I have on the Studio's page is the organization name. Where would I find that? If there is something to set up on AWS, can you point me in the right direction?
  5. Hi, Trying to create a connection to my AWS Jaspersoft from my local. I'm typing: http://ec2.....amazonaws.com/jasperserver-pro/ and the same credentials as I'm using when I'm on the site. I get "Unauthorized" What am I missing. The only field that I'm doubting is "organization" but it seems it's more for my classifications than real authentication purposes. Do I need to do something on AWS's security to grant me access? If so, can you point me to the right direction?
  6. I just got my first statement. I may have spent 3 to 5 hours to install and do the basics functions to see how it works, build a simple report. I let it sit since now so I can gather requirements and start working. You can imagine my surprise to see I got billed 287 hours for last month and another 287 hours for this month. Is there a minimum amount that I didn't see? What am I missing?
  7. Hi, I am looking at your cloud solution on AWS. And my question is probably related my ignorance of AWS. Let's take this pricing: m1.medium $0.087/hr $0.48/hr $0.567/hr I'm assuming that the first price is for AWS, the second price is for Jaspersoft and the last is the total. I'm also assuming that based on my volume, I'll want to move to a larger instance. Is that price for every hour of the month or simply for the hours I'm using the reports. For example, we have monthly reports that we look for 1 day and then we wait for the next month. Would the price applies on the 8 hours that we're looking at the reports or the 720 hours there are in a 30 days month? Does the number of users have any impact on the pricing? We have our reporting data on Windows Azure (SQL Server), will we be able to connect to get our reports?
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