The Report item contains a number of specific properties that control the design-time and run-time behavior as well as the general layout and functionality of the generated report documents.
The Report item delivers the
PageNumberingStyle settings for controlling the paging functionality.
PageSettings are entirely respected in physical (hard) pagination formats, whereas some of them are ignored in soft pagination formats. The difference is explained in the article on interactive and print layout.
The Report parameters are global objects that can be used all over the Report. Their main application is for filtering the report data and can also be used for passing external information to the Report and for other purposes.
For more detailed information, refer to the following articles:
- Adding Report Parameters
- Using Report Parameters in Expressions
- Using Multi-Value Parameters
- Cascading Parameters with Applied Filtering on Report Level
- Cascading Parameters with Applied Filtering on Data Source Level
The Report item exposes a set of properties that allow you to control some aspects of its processing and rendering.
SkipBlankPages—As of R1 2021 SP1 (18.104.22.168), you can indicate to the Reporting engine whether to ignore the pages with non-significant content by using the
SkipBlankPagesproperty. By default,
SkipBlankPagesmay be kept
Trueto remove the empty pages due to horizontal page brakes. For more information, refer to the articles on horizontal paging and on skipping blank pages in the rendered report.
Apart from setting the export parameters for a particular extension,
RuntimeSettingsallows you to hide it and change its description when listed to the end-user.
Localizable—To start localizing the report, set the
True. For more information about the localization procedure, refer to the article on localizing reports.
If at any point the
Localizableproperty is set to
False, all resource files are deleted and the report property values are filled with the currently selected language values.
The Report item exposes a set of properties that allow you to control styling and other design-time related processes.
StyleSheet—Enables you to create custom styles through a built-in styling model that is similar to CSS. You can assign these styles by using CSS selectors such as
For more information about the process, refer to the following articles:
ExternalStyleSheets—Imports StyleSheets previously created and stored in XML files. For more information, refer to the article on exporting and reusing stylesheets.
UnitOfMeasure—Specifies the default unit of measure for the report. All newly created report items will have their locations, sizes, and so on in this
UnitType. For new reports, the unit of measure is automatically determined based on the machine's regional settings - if the current machine uses metric culture, the default unit of measure will be set to cm, otherwise - inch.