When using multi-child select statement like the below: SELECT ORG, C1, C2, ... FROM ( (SELECT X FROM Y WHERE Z1 = xxx AND Z2 = :param1 AND DATE BETWEEN :param2 AND :param3) C1, (SELECT X FROM Y WHERE Z1 = yyy AND Z2 = :param1 AND DATE BETWEEN :param2 AND :param3) C2, ... ) Then binding with report parameter will be like: param1 = rpt_param1 param2 = rpt_param2 param3 = rpt_param3 The an error occurred while excuting the query in the datasource wizard. Also, some time the wizard accepts the query but the preview mode will display the same error. The error is "ORA-01008 : Not all variables bound" ______________________________________ Workaround: Don't use the same query parameter in more than one child select statement. Create new datasource parameters per each select statement; then bind them all to the same report parameter. SELECT ORG, C1, C2, ... FROM ( (SELECT X FROM Y WHERE Z1 = xxx AND Z2 = :param11 AND DATE BETWEEN :param12 AND :param13) C1, (SELECT X FROM Y WHERE Z1 = yyy AND Z2 = :param21 AND DATE BETWEEN :param22 AND :param23) C2, ... ) Then binding with report parameter will be like: param11 = rpt_param1 param21 = rpt_param1 param12 = rpt_param2 param22 = rpt_param2 param13 = rpt_param3 param23 = rpt_param3 ______________________________________ Products: * Report Designer v2014.Q2 * Oracle Database 10g1, 10g2 or 12c * Oracle Client: ODTwithODAC 188.8.131.52.0 Or Less
Figure 1 report is generated using the data source in figure 2. Data in column "Value2" is mapped to the column Text in the generated report.
In the below-generated report, text in row one "Default CUS for CDV" is truncated. A feature to make the user know there is more data to be shown will be great.
So, Adding an option to display an indicator such as “...” for truncated strings so that the viewers get to know there is more information to be displayed
Provide an option to absolute break (display until last possible character) of the string rather than word-wrapping if there’s more content than the text box width.
Thanks for your regular support.
I Want to hide the GroupFooterSection if I don't have any data to be displayed(zero records found case).
Please let me know the solution for the above case.
Hi Team, While exporting the report displayed in the web report viewer to CSV, we are exporting the textbox name as header value. Which leads to a problem while exporting a dynamic value whose control name is decided at run time. Please provide an option to assign and export value assigned at runtime. Details of the issue are discussed in below link. Please have a look over the comment raised on 25th Sept 2014 by Perry. http://www.telerik.com/forums/exports-to-csv-contains-header-as-textbox-name Thanks
I reported this behavior earlier in a support ticket over two years ago but since it has not been addressed, I would try this approach. If an AreaSeries has the LineType set to LineTypes.Smooth, the graph series may become misleading or incorrect. Consider the attached screenshot (withoutsettings.png) showing a simple 10 point chart. Looking at the chart, you would assume that between 11:06 and 11:07, the response time was below 0. However the test values indicate that the values never were below 0. This makes the chart misleading and incorrect. It then makes the chart unreliable to the end user, thus unusable. The quick workaround is to set the LineType=straight but since you support a smooth linetype, it should be correct. Another, more serious, instance in the chart where (using smooth LineType) is where the series line will cross the x axis point (a timeline chart) more than 1 time which is actually a timeline chart violation. (attached file AreaSmooth2.png) .
it would be great to have the ability to style every aspect of the report elements with style rules and with and external stylesheet.
For example a graph can take a long time to be styled correctly.
The standalone report designer needs config settings for
I find that I have to set each of these for every report.
Please add these,
A Reporting engine should expose the ability to control the layout of the table of contents\Document Map. Reports are not always data driven and should give the ability to display the contents of the report at different levels, much like Microsoft Word does with their table of contents.
I have encountered this problem numerous times but I will list one of them. When printing a weekly schedule in the format of a calendar, the days of the week print top to bottom when the desired layout should be L to R. We have resorted to various hacks to get this to work, but this is another feature of ***(which we are converting from) that is not supported in Telerik Reporting. It would be nice if there was an OPTION to flow L to R as opposed to Top to Bottom.
I was wondering if you had in the Pipeline/road map a Report Designer integrated into Visual Studio for .NET Core?
And also if there is an ETA?
If I can add my +1 to this would be appreciated.
Hi Team ,
* We have created a ASP.NET MVC Project --> Created a new application related to our company which includes login page and the next page
* For creating a report , we have created a Telerik report library --> And then we have designed a report and added a mvc report viewer page .
* But we get certain errors saying few packages are not installed .
We have attached the solution and screenshot for your reference
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.
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.