Header/Footer issue with external stylesheet in R3 2016

2 posts, 1 answers
  1. Christian
    Christian avatar
    11 posts
    Member since:
    May 2009

    Posted 23 Sep Link to this post


    we're having a problem with external stylesheets that don't seem to apply on the headers and footers. We have recreated the problem with the following simple scenario:

    - create a blank report with 3 textboxes, one in each section(header, footer and detail)

    - create an external style sheet with a textbox selector

    - add the style sheet to the report after InitializeComponent() in the constructor of the report.

    - preview the report

    On the preview, the styles defined in the style sheet don't apply to only header and footer but to the detail section. If you press again on the preview, the styles are then set for the header and footer. There also seem to be the same issue with dynamically setting text and images in the header and footer.

  2. Answer
    Katia avatar
    241 posts

    Posted 26 Sep Link to this post

    Hello Christian,

    I will post below my reply from the support ticket #1064428 you opened on the same question:

    "This is a known issue introduced in our latest release R3 2016 10.2 16.914. The global styles are not applied for the elements in PageHeader/PageFooter sections on first preview.

    This issue was already logged into our system for further investigation and improvement. Until there is a fix please use inline styles for the header and footer items (in item's Style properties) or refresh/switch between Interactive and Print preview modes in the viewer."

    If you have further questions please post them in one of the threads so we can keep a better track of the exchanged information.

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