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SSRS DRILL DOWN REPORT DISPLAYING ALWAYS ON THE TOP THE PAGE

Posted on 2008-06-24
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Hi ,
I created report with drill down option by using BIDS, the works very fine with prevew on the BIDS, I deployed this on report server, report showing on the IE is also fine, the problem is
when I click expand button (+ sign), I think it refreshing data and displaying  details on the top of the web form page it chanages location. Vertical Scroll  bar moves little bit down. when i want see group item i have to scroll up,  It supposed to stay at same place when I click I expand button just like BIDS PREVIEW, same problem with other users too,  I am not sure how do I resolve this.
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any ideas if this bug was fixed in ssrs 2008 or if there is a work around?
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