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SSRS report display cut in half in IE

Posted on 2013-11-18
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Hello,

Please look at the attachment.  Can anyone explain why report manager is rendering my report this way?
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Question by:EDozier
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by:Jim Horn
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Eyeball the report's .PageSize / Width and .InteractiveSize / Width and make sure that it's not something like 4-5".
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by:EDozier
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Jim,

Thank you for your response.  I've tested it in several browsers and this is what I'm finding:

1. IE - Cuts report in half.

2. Firefox - Renders just fine.

3. Chrome - Does not render at all.

4. Opera - Renders just fine.

5. Safari - Does not render at all.

What are you thoughts on that?

Eugene
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by:ValentinoV
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What does it look like when you preview it in BIDS/VS/RB (whichever client tool you use to develop the report)?  As Jim mentioned, it's probably related to the report size properties.
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by:EDozier
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All,

Thank you for your responses.  I looked into .pagesize and interactivesize.  They are correct.  If my widths were off, won't all browser renderings be off?  

Thanks,

Eugene
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Not necessarily because not all browsers are actually supported, so results on the unsupported ones are unpredictable...

More info: Planning for Reporting Services and Power View Browser Support (SSRS 2012)
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