Users want to be able to resize columns of RadPivotGrid at runtime, similar to RadGridView.
We would like to get a compressed response of a XMLA query. We have seen that the response is content-type: text/xml, so we enabled it in IIS. However, in the request header the only accept-encoding is "Identity", and not "Gzip". We ask to be able to edit the request header, or to get a compressed response. I attach two pictures: in the "XMLARequest.png" you can see the original request done by the XMLADataProvider. In the "GzippedRequest.png" you can see our request: we took the original one and just edited the accept-encoding field, and we got a compressed response.
Hello, I would like suggest similar option in Silverlight how [FlattenOlapUncategoriezedFields] option in ASP.NET AJAX. I wouldn't like the show the uncategorized fields coming from OLAP cube under the [more fields]. Example attached. The same OLAP cube, in ASP.NET AJAX and Silverlight. In ASP.NET AJAX, the configuration is ConfigurationPanelSettings-FlattenOlapUncategoriezedFields="true"
This is essential for features such as custom calculated measures. Other suppliers such as DevExpress already support this. I think it should be relatively simple as the session ID just needs to be added to the SOAP header for each XMLA query