Export Rad Report as Rtf as byte and import to RadRichTextBox

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  1. Abolhassan
    Abolhassan avatar
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    Member since:
    Aug 2012

    Posted 23 Sep 2014 Link to this post

    I'm implementing a wpf application with rad control 2014 to export radreport to Rtf and save as byte to database then retrieve the data from database and display in RadRichTextBox.

    here's my code:

    Export to rtf format and save to database
    System.Collections.Hashtable deviceInfo = new System.Collections.Hashtable();
    Telerik.Reporting.TypeReportSource typeReportSource = new Telerik.Reporting.TypeReportSource();
     Telerik.Reporting.Processing.ReportProcessor reportProcessor = new Telerik.Reporting.Processing.ReportProcessor();
    Telerik.Reporting.InstanceReportSource instanceReportSource = new Telerik.Reporting.InstanceReportSource();
    instanceReportSource.ReportDocument = report;
    Telerik.Reporting.Processing.RenderingResult renderedReport = reportProcessor.RenderReport("RTF", instanceReportSource, null);

    and save the output of renderedReport.DocumentBytes to database. 

    Load the byte[] and bind to RadRichTextBox
    RadDocument document = null;
    IDocumentFormatProvider provider = new RtfFormatProvider();
    using (Stream stream = new MemoryStream(viewDocumentsCore.DocumentContent))
    {
        document = provider.Import(stream);
    }
     
    radRichTextBox.Document = document;

    But it causes error.

    I would appreciate for any help.

    Hassan
    Regards
  2. Petya
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    Petya avatar
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    Posted 25 Sep 2014 Link to this post

    Hi Hassan,

    Please provide us with one of the documents in questions, so that we can look into the cause of the behavior and advise you further.

    Thank you in advance.

    Regards,
    Petya
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