Hi! I'm having issues with the PDF exporter.
Basically, I want a PDF in which the first page is a normal Kendo bar chart, and *starting* in the second page a multi page long grid with related data starts.
If I wrap both in a <div> and export that, it works fine. I get a multi page PDF, with the grid's repeated headers and so on. Chart takes half of the first page, grid takes the other half and a couple more pages. I'd like for the first page to be occupied only by the chart, and the grid pages starting after that.
Here is an example: http://dojo.telerik.com/iHeXo
It proceeds to export the chart in the first page, then it does a page break, exports the grid starting at the second page, but it stays there. It renders the grid as far as it can go in the second page but it wont render the remaining rows in more pages, so a lot of data ends up missing.
If you remove forcePageBreak in the export settings, it renders the grid in multiple pages just fine, but the first few rows are placed in the first page.
If I've understood the code correctly, in the splitElement function in kendo.drawing.drawDOM, it seems that the crawling logic checks if it should issue a page break on the element, but then if it does, it skips it without crawling it to see if it will require more space. That is, splitElement gets called for the <div id="multi-page-grid"> element, but it never crawls the grid's <table> element inside to divide it up in multiple groups.