I ran into a problem when I tried to use Firefox to view a SQL report on Sharepoint. In IE it works fine, but when it hits firefox, a ‘display: block-inline’ CSS style set on a table buried way down in the code caused firefox to do this:
The report is squeezed into a little IFrame, and you don’t even get a vertical scrollbar. Sure, you can right-click on it and get your browser to show that IFrame as the main page, but that’s not a good solution for end users. So I set about trying to figure out how to take care of this.
I found all kinds of helpful information about the problem. Lots of people had solutions, but none of them worked for me. Here is some of what I found:
- Adam Tuliper - Fixing SQL Reporting Services for Firefox
- ASP.Net Forums - Mozilla alignment problem with reports
Part of the problem is that I’m using SQL Reports with Sharepoint in Sharepoint Integration mode, whereas they seem to be using standable SQL Reports.