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Turns out they weren't actually having an issue with the print button or anything (as described in my original link), so it is unclear whether it was really the same issue at all.A few other user complaints (about whether parameters with long drop-downs can be re-sized) seem to have resolved on their own, perhaps by an update to IE 11? I did end up adding section of the Report file, per the suggestions here and the comments in the original link.If you run into issues have a look at the Report file in the SSRS 2016 Web App Folder for the latest syntax changes. Microsoft has released an early preview of the Report Viewer 13 controls on nuget.
There is no 'official' client runtime download for the v13 report viewer yet, you will have to extract the necessary dlls from the GAC from the server with SSRS 2016 running on it, or from a development machine with the latest Data Tools installed.
I recently inherited a large number of Microsoft RDLC reports where I had to fix a number of issues before the upcoming release.
One of my first tasks was to write a quick “RDLC runner” console application to allow me to test the reports locally. Or run the following command on the Nu Get Command window in Visual Studio: The RDLC Runner is a very simple . It takes two XML input files (parameters and data), the path to the file and the name of the output file.
When you preview the same SSRS report in Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, it works fine without any issue, which means it is a browser compatibility issue.
How can you make SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) compatible with IE11?
Check out this article for a step-by-step walkthrough.