It's currently not possible to define in the HTML5 Report Viewer "per Report" the available Export formats. It's also not possible to alter the List in the given JS Events because the List of PDF,XLS,etc is loaded on MouseOver in the menu. Would be great to have some kind of options, array list in the widget options to define what export formats are displayed. Kind regards, Otto.
We create many legal forms, which use nested ordered lists. In htmlTextBox for reporting, we'd like to apply styles like upper-alpha, lower-alpha, etc to the ol tag. Currently, the only numbering for an ol is 1, 2, 3. CSS ability to set the style at depth (like ol ol) would be best. <ol> <li>1. text</li> <li>2. text <ol> <li>a. text <ol> <li>i. text</li> <li>ii. text</li> </ol> </li> <li>b. text</li> </ol> </li> </ol>
When the Report is shown in the HTML5 Interactive viewer, you can move the mouse over the cells in the Hyperlink column. When a cell has the mouse cursor hovering over it, a gray border is drawn around the cell.
The problem is that this gray border is partially covered by the Background color of the next cell.
For the new Swiss paiment system, we need to add a QR Code with a logo inside it. The logo must be centered and be 7x7 mm.
Currently, there is no possibility to do it with Telerik Reporting, so please add it.
Currently, the row/record delimiter when exporting to CSV is taken from the environment. This way, the same CSV document will have different line separators when exported from Windows and Linux.
It will be very useful if the row delimiter can be specified in the device information settings the same way the field delimiter can.
Data Explorer of the Report Designer does not refresh the schema on the Refresh button click when the Stored Procedure used in a SqlDataSource component is modified.
You need to reconfigure the data source component, for example, just open the Data Source Wizard and click Finish, or close and re-open the report for the actual refresh.
My report consists of a Report Header and a Detail section. Their design-time height is totally less than 20mm. There are no PageBreaks or GroupPageBreaks and all KeepTogether properties are False. In Print Preview, the Detail section starts from the second page when the PaperSize Height is 88mm or less. This is not expected as there is sufficient space left after the Report Header. The Detail section starts rendering from the first page only when the paper height is more than 88mm, which is the expected behavior.
See the forum post Report Header and Detail Section does not print together for the report definition that allows reproducing the issue.
1. Open the Standalone Report Designer.
2. Navigate to the Open Menu.
3. Select the Computer Tab.
4. Observe the available list of folders under the Computer Menu.
5. Navigate to the Options Menu.
6. Change the Default Working Directory.
7. Navigate to the Open Menu.
8. Observe the Available Folder and the directory will not be listed.
9. Select the Browse Button.
10. Observe the open folder is not the expected Default Working Directory from Step 6.
It would be nice to remove the previous folder from the Standalone Report Designer Open Menu.
It would be very helpful for us people that have been using Telerik Reporting in Silverlight (or WPF) applications to have access to a Report Viewer for Windows Store Apps (XAML). The future of Silverlight is unclear at least and there are many Line Of Business Applications currently running under Silverlight and I know of many developers that are looking to port their LOB apps to Windows Store Apps (or Universal Apps). The current HTML5 Report Viewer does not provide printing when it is implemented in browser window in Windows Store Apps so we cannot really offer this option to our customers.
I have designed a report that includes an embedded SubReport. When I render it to PDF, it looks correct. When I render it to CSV, there are two issues that are probably related:
I understand that CSV Rendering is not recommend for hierarchical output as described in the CSV Design Considerations. However, I am using the Hide the SubReport if no Values to not display the SubReport when there is not data. The hidden SubReport implementation can be seen in the below binding expression.
<Bindings> <Binding Expression="=Count(Fields.AP_OPN_CHK_VCH_NO_C)>0" Path="Parent.Parent.Parent.Visible"/> </Bindings>
Using the above approach, the master report is missing a CRLF when the detail data is not visible. The record shows it appended to the previous record.
I started working with Support on this issue and have discovered that it might be a bug. As a result, I am also attaching their sample to help replicate the issue. For the pdf and csv output see the first attachment in the original ticket.