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Rene
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Rene asked on 07 Aug 2013, 01:54 PM

Hi Support,
I have some detailed questions on your reporting tool.
I´m looking for a reporting tool for WinForms and Web.

I want to send HTML invoices to my clients via E-Mail. Depending on the numbers of positions on the invoice, the invoice could be more than one DIN A4 page.

So is it possible to generate just one HTML file with headers and footers (first page have another header than the rest) so that the customers can print the HTML file to any DIN A4 Printer without hassle of damaged, missing or relocated content of the report?
If so, can you send me a multipage sample to my E-Mail Address to get an impression of the result?

Second - Web Report and responsive Design:
Is it possible to generate this HTML file in a responsive Design way and sent it by e-mail?
So when the customers open the attached HTML report on any device, can they also read it in a smooth way?
Or with responsive Design it is only possible to upload the report to a webspace and sent the customers a link, so when they click on the link, they get the right HTML report on this device? Do I need special features on the webspace. I want to use IIS 7.5 and .Net 4.0.
Or do you have a special Report Viewer (without installing on the client side) to view the report on any device?
Or are there any other techniques in your reporting tool, that I don ́t know?

What is the right solution you can offer me for responsive design HTML Invoices?

Best regards, Rene

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Peter
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answered on 12 Aug 2013, 10:13 AM
Hello Rene,

Generally the MHTML rendering is used for including resources in the same file as the HTML code, such as image and sound files, are included in a single file. You can check the MHTML rendering in our demos. Just export the report in web archive. Still our recommendation for your scenario is to use links to a web page with the web report viewer.  Additionally we are currently working on a new web report viewer.

Regards,
Peter
Telerik

Have you tried the new visualization options in Telerik Reporting Q2 2013? You can get them from your account.

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