Last post Apr 15, 2011 12:24 AM by RMcBride
Apr 14, 2011 01:47 AM|RMcBride|LINK
I have a webpage where I have implemented a ReportViewer control. The report has been designed in BIDS and the RDL file has been imported into SSRS. I can view the report on my web page and all is right with the world.
I've tried the Percent Zoom to reduce the view of the report to 25%. This works and I can remove the toolbars just fine. However the "25% Zoom" report seems to be presented within the "full page" of the designed report. In other words, the reports is zooming
smaller, but the underlying page space for the report remains the same size. This, then, produces scroll bars along with the smaller image.
I would like to produce that smaller report image without the cooresponding scroll bars, or in some other way produce a thumbnail of the report.
Apr 14, 2011 02:37 AM|ravindra.patil|LINK
I will suggest one way to achieve this, it is upto you accept or not.
Either way creating thumbnail you can create one report haing list of reports and on action (click) redirect the user to that report.
May this will solve your problem.
Apr 14, 2011 10:46 AM|RMcBride|LINK
I already do that, but it is not a visual list, it's just text. What I need is the quick visual thumbnail so our users can quickly see the report and then review the ones that look important.
Apr 15, 2011 12:23 AM|ravindra.patil|LINK
The parameter 'important' is used to view the only importnant report. And for thumbnail like view you can use images in table. Like for import reports use different image and for other reports use different. So this will categorise reports from normal reports.
Apr 15, 2011 12:24 AM|RMcBride|LINK
For anyone who is interested, I solved this problem by using a fixed size DIV as a container for the thumbnail, and made the div small enough that it cut off the excess white space. It's not the best solution, but it is a solution.