"Grow" pictureboxes dynamically in vertical direction

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  1. SwanB
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    Posted 06 Apr Link to this post

    How can we set up report to "grow" Pictureboxes dynamically in vertical directions, ie. 4 boxes per row. I was thinking either as positioned as independant pictureboxes or Pictureboxes inside a table.

    (Using master / detail to grow in horizontal direction is not a problem.)

    The question is when developing report in Report Designer.

     

    /SwanB

  2. SwanB
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    Posted 06 Apr in reply to SwanB Link to this post

    Correction,
    To be perfectly clear :-|, (I need several pictureboxes on the same row, ie. Horizontal :-) Increasing the number of lines should be dynamically. potential use of subreport will be fine)

    SwanB said:

    How can we set up report to "grow" Pictureboxes dynamically in vertical directions, ie. 4 boxes per row. I was thinking either as positioned as independant pictureboxes or Pictureboxes inside a table.

    /SWanB

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  4. SwanB
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    Posted 06 Apr in reply to SwanB Link to this post

    Correction/clarification:
    I need the Pictureboxes to be displayed in a row on the same line.

    The number of lines may be dynamical.

    /SwanB

  5. Stef
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    Posted 07 Apr Link to this post

    Hello SwanB,

    I can suggest you the following approaches:
    1. Bind a report data, where the report will produce a Detail section per data record - Report Structure. Then add a List  item in the Detail section and select its 'Rotate Layout' from the Context menu - this will cause the item to grow horizontally. In the List item's cell you will find a Panel item that can host a PictureBox and other items.

    2. Produce a multicolumn layout by using only a List item - How to: Create Multi-Column Report - Across the Page and Then Down.

    If you need further help, please elaborate on the required layout and the data structure.


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    Stef
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