In general, reports are processed and rendered with the current thread's culture e.g. In VS it is English by default (VS settings), and with the Standalone Report Designer tool it will be the machine's culture settings.
I'm not sure where it is failing with an error. Is it in when previewing the report from the designer or in an application?
In report designer, a report is globalized with the help of a System.Globalization.CultureInfo
object. You can specify a Culture for the entire Telerik.Reporting.Report
by setting its Report.Culture
property. This will force all Telerik.Reporting.TextBox
items to respect the assigned Culture. For more information, please check the Report Globalization
When you run the report from an application, you can set the current thread's culture which will cause the reporting engine to use these culture settings for conversion like decimal and group delimiters. Setting the culture in a web application can be done on request e.g. Localization in ASP.NET MVC 4.
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