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report viewer - Use Javascript selector instead of JQuery selector

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Bharat
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Bharat asked on 03 Apr 2019, 05:40 AM

In the html5 report viewer, we are using a jquery selector

 $("reportViewer").telerik_ReportViewer({...});

But what if we want to use vanila javascript selector for it like,

 document.getElementById("reportViewer").telerik_ReportViewer({...});

but when I am using this it is showing me an error: Uncaught TypeError: reportViewer1.telerik_ReportViewer is not a function

 

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Silviya
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answered on 05 Apr 2019, 09:32 AM
Hello Bharat,

The HTML5 Report Viewer is a pure HTML5/JavaScript/CSS3 jQuery-based widget and in its implementation uses jQuery objects. For example, telerik_ReportViewer, telerik_ReportViewer_SendEmail, telerik_ReportViewer_PagesArea, telerik_ReportViewer_DocumentMapArea, telerik_ReportViewer_ParametersArea etc.

You could write your custom vanilla JavaScript logic in telerikReportViewer-<VERSION>.js for the viewer in order to use the document.getElementById selector.

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Silviya
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