Hide breadcrumb navigation link in SSRS

In this article, I will explain how to

Hide breadcrumb navigation link in Reporting Service SharePoint Integrated Mode.

Hide SSRS breadcrumb in SharePoint Integrated Mode


Generally, The breadcrumbs are really helpful for end users to navigate various pages and find their way back from where they came.

But sometimes, you might need to hide it to avoid showing the Report Document Library and lost the current view,

Hide Navigation in SSRS Integrated Mode


Hide SSRS Breadcrumb In SharePoint Integrated Mode

  • Open “ReportingServices.css” file that has been located on this path
C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS10_50\Reporting Services\
ReportManager\Styles

SSRS Report Manager Windows Location

Note: The above path depends on the installed SQL Server version,

Ex:  SQL Server 2012 Reporting Service path is

C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS11.MSSQLSERVER\
Reporting Services\ReportManager\Styles
  • Open the file with an appropriate text editor.
  • Find CSS element called “.topBar”.
  • Add “display:none;” at “table.msrs-topBreadcrumb” as shown below:

Remove SSRS Breadcrumb / Navigation

Note: If your farm consists of more than one server, so you apply all the previous steps to all servers that host SRSS.


Remove SSRS Breadcrumb / Navigation

Alternatively, you can do the following:

  • Edit the same file “ReportingServices.css“.
  • Search for “msrs-banner” and “msrs-linkpanel“.
  • Add “display:none;” as shown below:

Customize ReportingServices.css file

Note: If your farm consists of more than one server so you need to apply all the previous steps to all servers that host SRSS.


Hide SSRS Breadcrumb Using Report URL Parameters

In some cases, the previous solutions might not work on some browsers!

So, it’s prefered to hide SSRS breadcrumb as OOTB through Report URL Parameters.

  • Open the report > Check the Report URL.
  • After “?”, add the following word “rv:headerarea=none&  as shown below:

Hide SSRS using Relative Parameter rv:headerarea=none

Note: rv: QueryString stands for a relative URL.

SSRS-TopBar-HiddenRelativeURL

Report Viewer Parameters in Reporting Service

Below is the list of Report Viewer Parameters in SSRS

rv:HeaderArea [Full, None.Default: Full]

Control how the Report Viewer web part’s header is displayed in the full-page view.

rv:ToolBar [Full, Navigation, None.Default: Full]

Control how the ReportViewer web part’s toolbar is displayed in the full-page view.

rv:ParamMode [Full, Collapsed, Hidden.Default: Full]

Control how the ReportViewer web part’s header is displayed in the full-page view.

rv:AsyncRender [true, false.Default: true]

Control whether the report is rendered asynchronously or synchronously.

rv:DocMapAreaWidth [Non-negative integer]

Control the display width in pixels of the ReportViewer web part’s Document Map area.

rv:DocMapMode [Displayed, Collapsed, Hidden.Default: Dislayed]

Control the display of the Document Map area of a report.

rv:DockToolBar [Top, Bottom.Default: Top]

Controls whether the ReportViewer web part’s toolbar is docked to the top or bottom.

rv:ToolBarItemsDisplayMode

Controls turning off or on specific parts of the ReportViewer web part’s toolbar. This is an enumeration field.

eg. For no Actions “menurv:ToolBarItemsDisplayMode= 63 (or 0x3F);” For all of Actions menu only “rv:ToolBarItemsDisplayMode= 960 (or 0x3C0)


Applies To
  • SQL Server Reporting Service – SharePoint Integrated Mode.
  • SQL Server Reporting Service – Native Mode.
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7 thoughts on “Hide breadcrumb navigation link in SSRS

  1. Hi. This by far is closest to the issue I’m facing. I want to add rv:HeaderArea=None into my url as well. But I cannot figure out how. We’re using SP 2013 with SSAS in SQL server 2012. Thanks a lot!

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