As Heat maps are not supported by Telerik reporting, Could you please let me know if you have workaround solution readily as a demo . If not please suggest the which third part libraries to be used in C# solution.
I am no longer able to build my reporting project on TFS on line, (I used to be able to) I get the build error
The nuget command failed with exit code(1) and error(Errors in packages.config projects
Unable to find version '184.108.40.206' of package 'Telerik.Reporting'.
https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json: Package 'Telerik.Reporting.220.127.116.11' is not found on source 'https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json'.
Unable to find version '18.104.22.168' of package 'Telerik.Reporting.Services.WebApi'.
https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json: Package 'Telerik.Reporting.Services.WebApi.22.214.171.124' is not found on source 'https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json'.)
Packages failed to restore
Please help this is urgent .
Export options can be limited through the application configuration file, where the settings will be applied to all viewers and for all reports. For more info: Limit export options in ReportViewer to certain format only.
It would be nice to have specific export options per report without the need of building custom UI to handle the export.
A ReportViewer control compatible with the Kendo Angular UI Framework (not the Kendo Jquery..).
When importing the css files into a project using the new Kendo angular UI framework (ngx) a lot of the components
of kendo are getting broken.
Or is there some workaround?
Currently there is no way to implement a table with html. It is pretty clear from the 1 ticket already open that this is not going to be done as it has been open for ~4 years at this point. Due to implementation challenge of the task, I suggest allowing for a HtmlTextBox to take the place of a TextBox in the table object. This will allow for better conditional formatting in a table, without having to implement the entire table function of Html.
Please make the text boxes in the report actually resize and grow to the correct height. There is a catastrophic bug currently which causes the text box to stay at a single line and will not show the entire paragraph of text. This can happen 5% of the time leading to a very unreliable framework which cannot be used in a production environment.
I'm using Silverlight and the MVVM pattern with my current project. I have a listbox where the currently selected item is bound to a single telerik report viewer control. When the user selects an item in the listbox, the selected item changes and triggers the report to be displayed in the report viewer control. This all works as expected. My issue is that when the user goes back to a previously selected report, the report viewer sends a new report request to the server rather than trying to retrieve the cached report. I did a little bit of digging and found the DataContext of the telerik report viewer is a ReportViewerModel that has a CurrentSessionID property. On a new report request the CurrentSessionID is set to null. I'd like to store the CurrentSessionID after a report is rendered. That way if a user goes back to a report that's already been run, I can set the CurrentSessionID. Unfortunately, the CurrentSessionID property is a private property and I can't set it's value. Is it possible to make CurrentSessionID a public property? How can I accomplish this?
Currently report parameter types are limited. We would like to pass a data table as a parameter . Tried formatting to table string outside and using HTMLTextbox, but it does not parse <table > tags.
I have a report with a column that repeats values and would like to suppress the repeats. In other report writers I have worked with (SSRS, Crystal, ...) it is a right click and you select suppress duplicate values from a checkbox. The result is that duplicates on the same page are hidden, and when a new page begins the first row will show the value and then it is hidden for subsequent rows. (See attachment) I am optimistic that this functionality exists and I am simply not looking in the right place.
Diagram attached. When there are sub reports and KeepTogether would require a dataset to use multiple pages the report renderer fails to honor page breaks. Rather than use the new page it should be using to present the page, it bleeds onto the prior page which has a page break set. See Ticket #1144729 for all the relevant information regarding the version, setup etc. and attached examples. I was directed here to the feedback portal so your staff has led me to believe this is an existing issue with the current iterations of the report project. Additionally me original forum post below. https://www.telerik.com/forums/keeptogether-not-honoring-page-breaks
I have a requirement to implement multiple report with same content except the table content. Table content is binded through List(by ID, fetch details from table). Can you please guide me, what should be my approach?
When selecting report in print preview mode with a windows DP setting of 125% the report is not corrected. This results in report which is shifted on paper when printing is invoked. See attached file. Request a setting which can overrule the operating system DPI setting.
freeze certain columns in a table when we scroll right and left in Telerik Report and the same should be applicable when we do export to excel
Our client is strongly requesting a "zoom" by graphical selection feature, as available in their former tool qlikview (or amcharts, for example). I am surprised this feature has not been requested yet, since any user would greatly benefit from it. It's an extremely powerful and intuitive way of restricting your selection of report input parameters in a visual manner. By drawing a rectangular selection with mouse over the graph, you restrict the range of both x and y axis to the selected ranges, allowing quick zoom to the area of interest Examples: just draw selection rectangles on a chart in one of the examples below https://www.amcharts.com/demos/scatter-chart/ http://us-b.demo.qlik.com/QvAJAXZfc/opendoc.htm?document=qvdocs%2FSocial%20Media%20Buzz.qvw&host=demo11&anonymous=true