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107622 Mar 8,2013 10:22 PM UTC Mar 12,2013 10:45 AM UTC WPF 1
Tags: ReportDesigner
Russell Clark
Asked On March 8, 2013 10:22 PM UTC

I have begun to implement your report designer as a demo for a client. I have the following issues:
    1. Save ovewrites existing files without any warning
     2. MDI mode: how do I programatically access each individual report (eg so I can switch tabs)
    3. MDI mode: when I close a report which event can I handle to trap this?
    4. MDI mode: When a report closes , a Save prompt is issued even if the report has not been changed. This is very annoying
    5. Me.ReportDesignerControl.PreCloseApplication() seems to prompt for Save even if the reports have not been changed. This is very annoying
    6. Save prompts. How can I change the Dialog box title?
    7. Can I open a report directly from an SSRS report server (what is the ReportServerURL property for??)
    8. How do I get the ReportPath of a Saved report so I can read the RDL & deploy the report an SSRS Server?
    9. Your Save & SaveAS dialogs are sub routines not functions so they return nothing & I cannot retrieve the saved file path?
    10. How do I procedurally access the DataSource & Datasets for a saved report so I can deploy to an SSRS Server or save the report in a database?


Ragavan G [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 12, 2013 10:45 AM UTC

Hi Russell ,

We have addressed all your queries in incident id (105532). Please refer the incident for your answers .

Thanks ,

Ragavan G


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