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Use the Globals!ReportServerUrl variable from within Report Builder: If you just want the base URL of the site, then remove the _vti_bin bit by using an expression: =Replace(Globals!ReportServerUrl,"/_vti_bin/ReportServer","")
If you are passing parameters check size of parameters
One option is to email enable the document library where you want to send the file then use this email address to email the SharePoint server and it will store the report in the document library. I've used this technique in the past with a SSRS server not in integrated mode to deliver reports on schedule to SharePoint. This assumes your SharePoint farm has ...
I don't know a JSOM way, but you can pass parameters to the report viewer webpart by using the Query String (URL) Filter Web Part Add the webPart to your page and connect it to your report view webpart.
(Reporting Services would probably be simplest as it can connect to multiple SharePoint lists - particularly if you want a hard copy option.) - not sure this is good in O365. Another alternative could be to use SPD to create a new data source and combine the three lists. This would essentially give you all the columns in one list view but the XSLT to ...
I finally figured this. (And now that I've figured it, the solution seems so obvious I wonder why I didn't figure this out before!) It so happened that the Sharepoint site we were deploying our page to had a poorly written Master.CSS file where the font 'Arial' was being applied to all <div> tags! As a result, the cell within which the Wingdings font ...
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