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Reporting services not working in google chrome

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When running reports in google chrome, the report seems to run but then I end up with a blank screen.

Any thoughts??
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You're probable accessing the report through the Report Manager?  That would indeed result in a blank report.  Google Chrome is not in the list of supported browser for SSRS 2008.

You'll have better results if you use the report server URL: http://server/reportserver/

More info: Planning for Browser Support
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BEAUTIFUL!!
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