Create Table of Contents that are fully interactive in all Report Viewers and navigation-enabled to particular listed items. ToCs are interactive in both exported PDF and Word documents.
A new custom action and handlers enables you to invoke custom application logic. For example, clicking a textbox could show a dialog that allows you to edit the text, save the changes and refresh the report afterwards. You can also implement tooltips based on the report item data context and custom UI.
PDFs are the most commonly used type of documents in business and some are intended to be confidential. We’ve built-in the ability to export password-protected PDF documents. No one can even view the PDF document without the password.
In our constant quest for faster report rendering, in this release we’ve improved the overall performance up to 25% in all supported document formats.
Private Fonts in all rendering extensions and most viewers are now available. You don’t need to install a font on the server or cloud instance in order to use it in a report.
More control is now possible while the report is being displayed, exported, or printed from the report viewer controls. For example, you may modify the prepared document before reaching the end user or cancel the initiated operation.
We've added support for continuous feed printers. You can use it with all types of printers, including the matrix ones.
A CanShrink property for the panel and the report section container items is now available. If the container’s content is hidden or shrunk, when turned on the container will collapse accordingly.
ObjectDataSource can’t invoke any accessible types, but only the one declared in assemblies that are listed in a proprietary configuration section. Learn more.
Post your feedback via the Reporting feedback portal or the public forums
See the updates feed
Copyright © 2016, Progress Software Corporation and/or its subsidiaries or affiliates. All Rights Reserved.
Progress, Telerik, and certain product names used herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of Progress Software Corporation and/or one of its subsidiaries or affiliates in the U.S. and/or other countries. See Trademarks or appropriate markings.