- Displaying Reports in Web Applications
- Creating Custom Stylesheets in Layout Table Reports
/pages/Guides/Report/Layout Table Reports/Create Custom Style Sheets in Layout Table Reports.xml
Custom stylesheets can be created for Layout Table Reports.
- Reports with Different Left and Right Margins
/pages/Guides/Report/Design Techniques/Reports with Different Left and Right Margins.xml
It possible to format a report, so that alternate pages will have different left and right margins. This technique requires two steps:
- UX Component - User-Defined Sub-Themes
- Style sub-theme and CSS 'tweaks'
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Properties/UX_Properties/Style subtheme and CSS tweaks.xml
Define style 'tweaks' new style sub-theme, or CSS classes to augment or override definitions in the style.
- Embedding Fonts in Reports
/pages/Guides/Report/Printing Techniques/Embedding Fonts.xml
If a PDF Report is opened on a device that does not have the font used to generate the PDF Report, the Report will not render as expected. To fix this, 'Embed fonts' must be enabled in the PDF options.
- Working with Images that Contain Multiple Sub-Images
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Working with Images that Contain Multiple Sub-Images.xml
An image can contain multiple sub-images. For example, the Alpha Anywhere system image called 'filebox' contains sub-images.
The following script displays a dialog showing the 'filebox' image:
- Using Crystal Reports with Alpha Anywhere
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Using Crystal Reports with Alpha Anywhere.xml
Some users have expressed an interest in incorporating Crystal Reports into an Alpha Anywhere application.
- How to give Desktop Application Forms and Reports Dynamic Internationalization
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Form/Dynamic Internationalization for Desktop Application Forms and Reports.xml
A developer asked about how you can dynamically change the labels on forms and reports depending on the user's preferred language. This video shows how this is easily done using the dynamic properties feature.
- Putting a Conditional Sub-report on a Letter
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Letter/Putting a Conditional Sub-report on a Letter.xml
The following example shows how to put a sub-report, which containing variable content, on a letter only when specific conditions are met.
The first step is to define the sub-report, which in this case is named "foursomes". This sub-report displays the data from the table FOURSOMES, which is sorted by the foursome field. The result is the firstname and lastname fields from the records that have the same foursome value.