I have implemented heatmaps from the site:https://www.patrick-wied.at/static/heatmapjs/
They allow me to zoom in at different levels in a map to see where the greatest sales are, for example, and puts a hotspot where the highest sales are.
It would be awesome if I could put this in a Telerik report as an alternative from the choropleth heatmap.
Greeting from ECPL,
Currently am working on telerik xamarin forms and telerik reporting.Most of my client requirement is to print user defined report in telerik xamarin forms application. Telerik has good feature that user can modify and publish the report.When client modify the report and requesting report print from xamarin form application.Modified report needs to be print.Please make a priority as high level on this requirement.
Thanks & regards
As for now, the workaround is to use the series' DataPointStyle.BackgroundImage property to add a custom image as a marker. Then, to change this image based on the condition you can use DataPointConditionalFormatting property.
The Marker Types I am using are commonly used e.g Square, Plus, Cross. Please add an option to set Marker Type for the values instead of background Image.
In general, the Page sections do not collapse or expand based on their content. Also the report header and group header sections span the width of the column.
It would be nice if, for example, have another section that either could expand/collapse based on the content and do not be affected by the report's page settings.
This function would allow you to lookup a value from another data source with a value that is in your current data source. It would return the first matching value for the specified name from a data source that contains name/value pairs. This would allow the porting of many SSRS reports over to Telerik Reporting. Example: I have a report which lists all sales staff in our firm, with other personal information. We have a multi-dimensional data source (Cube) where we have all the financial data stored and calculated. If I wanted to retrieve the total sales and total revenue that each member of the sales staff had, it would require me to use a sub-report to load the data (using a parameter to pass the staff member's unique ID). This causes the loading/generating of the report to take longer, as the query against the Cube has to happen for each member of the sales staff, because of the use of a sub-report. With this new LOOKUP() function, it would allow the data source to be loaded and the report would be able to lookup the sales and revenue values for each staff member ID.
As for now, from the supported rendering extensions, only the PDF renders a document map as Bookmarks pane. All other rendering extensions ignore document maps.
It would be nice to have Document Map in Word documents too.
Currently the query builder (in the Report Designer) cannot automatically build queries if there are multiple separate relationships connecting two tables.
Here's an example:
Table A: Orders
Table B: Addresses
If both tables are selected in the query builder, you will get the following columns:
In other words, only one copy of the address data is pulled in, despite the two separate FK relationships. I would expect something like the following:
We ran into this issue because we are using Telerik Reports to provide reporting for a data warehouse, and we have multiple relationships in our "table A" pointing to a date dimension (our "table B"). The current workaround for this is to write your own SQL queries instead of relying on the query builder, but we would like for our business users to be able to create reports on their own, and they don't know SQL.
Allow the WPF viewer theme to be set using resources for the current window instead of setting resources on application level. Now the theme can be set using <Window, but this approach will not work for the Search window, which is a separate window and therefore fails to resolve its styles.
Several community members asked about a Report Viewer suitable for Vue.js applications. We will appreciate your feedback in this feature request. You can leave a comment with details about functionality requirements for a Vue.js Report Viewer e.g. initial setup, updates of the displayed report and ways of passing report parameters' values. Thank you.
When a report with a document map is reloaded due to parameter change, the currently selected position in document map tree is lost and the current page number is reset to 1. Preserving the page number does not make sense, because changing a parameter may change the rendered pages count, hence there is no guarantee that the same page number will correspond to the previously examined page.
However, the viewer can persist the currently selected items hierarchy in the document map tree and try to select the same nodes after the report is reloaded. This would be particularly useful in Report Book scenarios where the book will navigate to the same report once the parameters are changed.
Steps to reproduce the problem:
1. Open the Report Book demo.
2. Navigate to Dashboard report by clicking the third item in the Document Map pane.
3. Change a report parameter, i.e. select 2002 in the Year parameter editor.
4. The viewer reloads the report book and navigates to its first page, clearing the highlighted items in Document Map pane.
Please add support for signing PDFs with a certificate stored on a hardware token, for example on a Qualifies Signature Creation Devices (QSCD) as defined by the EU law known as EIDAS, using a native platform way (on Windows this might mean through the Certificate.msc store).
It would be very useful to have the option of changing Sort and Toggle Visibility icons for example to a vector image. Default png is not looking good when the report is scaled or in specific styles. Attached an example.
request to add groups on the right side of a Table
In the standalone designer, it would be helpful if you could drag and drop the column headers to reorder. At present you have to add a new column and delete the old one, remembering to copy all properties.