Unable to View SCCM SSRS Reports in Chrome Browser

I was always keen on accessing SCCM reports in chrome browser. But when i accessed the report the reports didn’t show up at all. I was unable to view SCCM SSRS reports in chrome browser. SSRS stands for SQL Server reporting services. More information about SSRS is documented here. While this was the issue with chrome browser, reports rendered well in Firefox and Internet explorer.

Reporting in Configuration Manager provides a set of tools and resources. These help you use the advanced reporting capabilities of SQL Server Reporting Services. So reporting helps you gather, organize, and present information about lot of things. This includes users, hardware and software inventory, software updates, applications, site status, and other Configuration Manager operations in your organization.

When i did some research i found a lot of discussions on this issue. What i got to know is the parent div element where the report is rendered has an overflow style which is set to auto in Chrome. The same setting or configuration works fine with IE and Firefox browsers. I couldn’t understand much about that and I was eager to know if it’s possible to access reports.

Note that the below steps are tested on Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (SP1) – 11.0.3156.0 (X64). Report back issues in comments section if the steps didn’t work for you.

Unable to View SCCM SSRS Reports in Chrome Browser

If you are unable to view SCCM SSRS reports in chrome browser, you can follow the below steps. Login to your SSRS Server and navigate to C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS11.MSSQLSERVER\Reporting Services\ReportManager\js. We will add a code to end of js file called ReportingServices.js. It’s a good practice to make a copy of this file before adding the code.

Unable to View SCCM SSRS Reports in Chrome BrowserEdit ReportingServices.js file with notepad and add the below code at end. Save the file and you can now view SCCM SSRS reports in chrome browser.

function pageLoad(){var element=document.getElementById("ctl32_ctl09");if(element){element.style.overflow="visible";}}

Unable to View SCCM SSRS Reports in Chrome Browser

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