Re: Pulling a Report on CSA-MC 5.2 using seperate database
Have you ever been able to do this?
Have you verified that:
The permissions are configured as detailed in the install guide?
The remote DB machine is in the correct groups?
No passwords have changed since the install?
You could try:
Suspending Security on both the MC and\or the Remote DB machine and try again.
Running the reports logged on as the initial CSA or DB Admin account (if you aren't already doing so) and see if it makes a difference.
I believe (though I haven't confirmed) that the MC may use two sets of credentials. One for the MC to open and maintain a connection to the remote DB and the other for MC logons and what permissions they may have to make changes to the MC/DB.
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