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stpnet Established Member
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Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI report?

Is it possible to access a deployed report but hide all the SSRS navigation and top bar etc.

 

I have tried accessing the PBIX via the http://localhost/ReportServer/ and it tells me the operation I am attempting is not allowed for this item type

 

Have tried adding headerArae=None and Toolbar = None.

 

Sorry just answered my owne question while checking various combinations. the answer is

 

add 

 

?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false

 

to the URL and hey presto a PBI report in IE with no navigation!

 

:-)

 

 

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Petebro Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

Based on the title I was going to come in and tell you to add the following to the url: 

 

?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false

However, you beat me to it!

 

ganganana99 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

This is good. But can't be used for reports that have prompts. Need to show the user the prompt and view report button. How do I achive this?

ganganana99 Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

This is great for reports with no prompts. I have lots of reports that has prompts that user will enter. If I use

?rs:Command=Render&rc:Toolbar=false then they won't see the prompt bar and view report button. How do I hide everything except prompts and view report button?

thanks

 

 

jones-steve Frequent Visitor
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Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

Re: Power BI server update March 2018 - Has anyone noticed a problem when using &rc:Toolbar=false where an error is generated trying to retrieve server-based icons native to table/matrix (e.g. TogglePlus.gif)?  I am getting "Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 500 (Reporting Services Error)".  Instead of the default expand/collapse icon, I am getting a broken image icon.

 

This was not happening before the March 2018 update. 

 

This seems to be simialr to an issue in SSRS 2012 and earlier (https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/2739213/fix-error-message-when-you-render-an-ssrs-report-th...).

 

Thanks,

Steve

muchinski Member
Member

Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

Have you tried the following?

?rs:Embed=True
jones-steve Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

Yes, but it does not seem to make a difference.

Arunsingh Frequent Visitor
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Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

I have all custom icon for toolbar (print , first , forward, print refresh etc) and they are no loading and giving error 500 

Ccparkhill Regular Visitor
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Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

I'm also seeing broken matrix toggle icons when using Toolbar=false, I am using the latest build of the August release. Is anyone else experiencing this?

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Ccparkhill Regular Visitor
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Re: Is there a method of hiding all the SSRS surround/navigation etc. and just getting the PBI repor

I tried this on the latest release of SSRS 2017 and it is working as expected.