The problem is not getting the error via Dot Net programming, but the complete layout destruction of the report as a result of the fact that a picture (in our case a thumbnail of a provider) is unavailable. Catching the report error is not an option. It is too complicated and even if we succeed in obtaining the error, it will be very complicated to remove the unavailable url on the fly and re-render the report again. This seems to be a "known issue" for about 8 years! My question: Is it possible to keep the remaining report "intact" if such an error occurs? This shouldn't be too difficult for the development team..
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.
It would be nice to control the report loading animation during a report viewer refresh. We are refreshing a report every x seconds and it appears to be flickering during a refresh.
If a table-based item (Table, List, Crosstab) does not fit in a single page and needs to occupy more than one page, its bottom border is not drawn on the first page and its top border is not drawn on the second (subsequent) page. This behavior is by design and its purpose is to help the users visually distinguish the table as a single item. The table has only one top and bottom border and they are displayed at the beginning and at the end of the table, regardless how many pages the table actually occupies.
Since users might find this confusing, a table should have a property controlling this behavior. The default state of the property will preserve the current rendering. If the user explicitly sets the property, then the table will draw its top and bottom borders on every page it occupies.
As in Ticket with ID 1440072 requested we are looking for a funktionallity to send Reports via E-Mails with the WPF ReportViewer. As only the HTML-5 ReportViewer currently supports the E-Mail sending we would request the feature for WPF as well.
When a date is set as a report parameter in the HTML5 viewer, it formats the parameter as a JSON date using a timezone. Where no time is specified this results in a time part added to the date when received at the server. This is a problem, especially for browser in a negative offset zone, e.g. US, where upon the date goes to the previous day. Please add support for parameter types of date, where no time is present and no conversion is done anywhere.
in our solution, we store the trdx reports designed with Standalone Designer as xml strings in our database,
and render them to pdf in the background services by using Telerik.Reporting.XmlSerialization.ReportXmlSerializer.Deserialize
the new web based designer would be a good addon to integrate report design directly into the appliciation.
but the current preview version of webreportdesigner needs to be configured with a FileStorage.
it is possible to override the GetReport and SaveReport functions in a custom ReportDesignerController and load the report from a string (db in our case),
but since the ReportJsonSerializer is an iternal class, it is not possible to create a json response and send it to the webeditor.
so it would be helpfull, either to make the ReportJsonSerializer a public class so it can be used to convert the report manally to json, or extend the
whole thing to load the reports from strings directly.
The image box should allow selecting how the image should be aligned within the box.
Ie, if I select ScalePorportional, it will always center the image either vertically or horizontally. I should be able to further align it to the one or two of the sides of the box. This would allow say the upper left corner of the image to always be locked in place.
YES, I'm aware you have a ReportViewer that works with your server reporting solution. but your reporting solution does not scale. Furthermore, we have TONS of SSRS reports we don't want to re-write. It would be way too expensive! Thanks for your consideration.
Currently, there is no natural way to disable picturebox errors. Sometimes we do not care to know that the image wasn't found, especially when the error shown severely damages the look of the report, stretching and pushing things out of the way. The image URL may be built via parameters, pointing to a large folder where photos of a given employee may or may not exist. It took multiple unhelpful support tickets, many headaches and days of research to finally find an obscure post by a private individual with an undocumented custom solution that worked.
Add the ability to specify rounded corners for the border of TextBoxes, Pictures, Tables and all other similar controls.
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>
For our Customers a major drawback to creating form type reports (Invoices, Purchase Orders etc.) using Telerik Reporting is the inability to show vertical dividing lines between data columns in the 'Detail' section of the report that extend all the way down the page to the Page/Report footer. We were able to do this with Crystal Reports. But we plan to migrate all our Crystal reports to Telerik.