• .NET

    Changing the position of the report progress indicator

    September 09, 2009 Share
    By design the progress indicator of the web report viewer is centered in the viewable area. However in some cases you might want to change its position (e.g. ReportViewer longer than a viewable page). To achieve that we would get the progress area through a few lines of javascript and change its position according to our needs: <script type="text/javascript">                  var viewer = <%=ReportViewer1.ClientID%>;                 var waitDiv = document.getElementById("ReportViewer1_ReportArea_WaitControl");                 var tcell = waitDiv.getElementsByTagName("TD")[0];                 tcell.style.verticalAlign = "top";                 tcell.style.textAlign = "left";     </script>     A sample project showing this functionality is available in this code library article. For those of you who would also like to change the viewer's skin and progress indicator itself, please review Applying custom skin to the web report viewer code library. Hope this helps! Steve...
  • .NET

    Reporting: Using connectionStrings from configuration file

    August 28, 2009 Share
    We've been asked several times, what is the right way of using connection strings from the configuration file, so that Telerik Reports would work both in run time and design time. The answer can be found in this new Knowledge Base article: Using connectionStrings from configuration file It is worth mentioning that the Report and Data Source Wizards do this automatically when instructed to save the selected connection string in the config file. A working solution using the approach from the latter article can be found in our Visual Studio examples. Enjoy! ---------------- Steve...
  • .NET

    Medium Trust Support for Telerik Reporting

    August 10, 2009 Share
    A lot of people requested this, so we've put all our efforts into it and even managed to finish it in time for the Q2 service pack that shipped just this Friday - download it if you haven't yet. Please hold on your dismay - deploying an ASP.NET application containing Telerik Reporting on a web host that requires Medium Trust permission level is now a reality. For those of you, who do not know what that means - you probably do not need it, but if you would like to know, check the following "ASP.NET Trust Levels and Policy Files" and "Use Medium Trust in ASP.NET 2.0" documents in MSDN. There...
  • .NET

    New DEMO page for Telerik Reporting

        For a while now, we've been thinking about trying to distinguish between the concept of a QSF (Quick Start Framework) and a Demo. As you know, we call our Demos a QSF, because people can use it to get started with our controls by simply reviewing the code of the example. However, this does not hold true for Telerik Reporting, where the code is auto-generated by the report designer, and thus it does not really help in learning the product. So we decided - why not show how the reports are made instead and leave the designer to take care of the...
  • .NET

    Reporting Q2 2009 release

        Our main efforts for the Q2 2009 release were focused on the table item and as you can see from the release notes, we've added quite a few airs and graces here and there. Most noticeable of all being the two helper items - Table Wizard and CrossTab Wizard, print on every page ability for the ColumnGroup/RowGroup headers, GroupKeepTogether and various design time improvements - merge/split, keyboard navigation/selection and edit. Two improvements to the Report API - Processing Error Handling and the ability to hide the print progress dialog when printing a report programmatically For all of you Excel lovers out there - we've added standard percent, custom numeric...