Supported combinations of SharePoint and Reporting Services server
Applies to: SQL Server Reporting Services (2016) SQL Server Reporting Services (2017) SharePoint Power BI Report Server
For content related to previous versions of SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), see SQL Server 2014 Reporting Services.
A SQL Server Reporting Services report server installed in SharePoint mode requires a version of SharePoint and the SQL Server Reporting Services add-in (rsSharePoint.msi) for SharePoint products, which you install on the SharePoint servers. This topic summarizes the supported combinations.
Reporting Services integration with SharePoint is no longer available after SQL Server 2016. To add a report within a SharePoint site using SQL Server Reporting Services 2017 and later, use the Report Viewer web part. Power View support is no longer available after SQL Server 2017.
Supported combinations of SharePoint and Reporting Services components
The following table summarizes the supported combinations of report server, the Reporting Services add-in for SharePoint products, and SharePoint products. Combinations that aren't list in the following table aren't supported
|Number||Report server||Add-in||SharePoint version|
|1||SQL Server 2016||SQL Server 2016||SharePoint 2016|
|2||SQL Server 2016||SQL Server 2016||SharePoint 2013|
|3||SQL Server 2014||SQL Server 2014||SharePoint 2013|
|4||SQL Server 2014||SQL Server 2014||SharePoint 2010|
|5||SQL Server 2012 SP4||SQL Server 2014 and SQL Server 2012 SP4||SharePoint 2013|
|6||SQL Server 2012 SP3||SQL Server 2014 and SQL Server 2012 SP3||SharePoint 2013|
|7||SQL Server 2012 SP2||SQL Server 2014 and SQL Server 2012 SP2||SharePoint 2013|
|8||SQL Server 2012 SP1||SQL Server 2014 and SQL Server 2012 SP1||SharePoint 2013|
|9||SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012 SP1*||SQL Server 2014||SharePoint 2010|
|10||SQL Server 2012||SQL Server 2012||SharePoint 2010|
|11||SQL Server 2008 R2||SQL Server 2014||SharePoint 2010|
|12||SQL Server 2008 R2||SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012 SP1 or later||SharePoint 2010|
|13||SQL Server 2008 R2||SQL Server 2008 R2||SharePoint 2010|
|14||SQL Server 2008 R2||SQL Server 2008 SP2||SharePoint 2007|
|15||SQL Server 2008 SP2||SQL Server 2008 R2||SharePoint 2010|
|16||SQL Server 2008 SP2||SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 SP2||SharePoint 2007|
*Exception: Power view integration isn't supported.
For links to the add-in download pages, see Where to find the Reporting Services add-in for SharePoint Products.
Be sure to upgrade all of the SharePoint servers within the farm. This includes the App and Web Front End servers.
SharePoint 2016 support, including Power view integration, requires the Reporting Services report server and the Reporting Services add-in version of SQL Server 2016 or later.
SharePoint 2013 support, including Power view integration, requires the Reporting Services report server and the Reporting Services add-in version of SQL Server 2012 SP1 or later.
Power View was introduced in SQL Server 2012. Therefore, Power View integration with SharePoint 2010 requires the SQL Server 2012 or later of the add-in.
The SQL Server 2008 R2 Add-In isn't supported by SQL Server 2012 (or later) report servers. The SharePoint 2010 prerequisite installer automatically installs the SQL Server 2008 R2 Add-In. It must be uninstalled before installing newer versions of the add-in. In place upgrade of the add-in isn't supported.
Upgrade: SharePoint 2010 with the Reporting Services Add-In installed, cannot be upgraded in-place to SharePoint 2013. SharePoint 2013 requires SQL Server 2012 SP1 or later of the Reporting Services add-in and report server. For more information on upgrade, see Upgrade and Migrate Reporting Services.
- Where to find the Reporting Services add-in for SharePoint Products
- Editions and supported features of SQL Server 2016
- SQL Server 2016 and 2017: Hardware and software requirements
More questions? Try asking the Reporting Services forum