This property is to set the number of report pages that will be sent to the client (portal) at a time (in one batch).
This property is to set left margin compensating factor for printing. This is set in terms of points. (1 point = 1/72 inch). A valid value is zero or any integer.
This property is to set top margin compensating factor for printing. This is set in terms of points. (1 point = 1/72 inch). A valid value is zero or any integer.
This property is to set scaling compensating factor for printing. A valid value is any real number between –1.0 and 1.0.
This property is to set the map of plain text character to RTF equivalent control. It is used in embedded field values to apply RTF formatting on plain text.
Syntax: RTF_FIELD_CONTROL_MAP=plainText1:RTFControl1;plainText2:RTFControl2; (String)
Default: n:\par ;
Example: RTF_FIELD_CONTROL_MAP=n:\par ;
This property is to set color patterns (presently used in charts). Specify color values (hexadecimal / integer) separated by semicolon.
You can vary the colors of single-series data markers in a chart. Enable this property to configure whether chart series should be drawn with single color or multicolor.
Note: This is applicable only for bar and column charts having single series.
This property defines the output format for which report output needs to be cached.
Example: CACHED_OUTPUT_FORMATS=PDF, XML
When portal requests report output in HTML format, it is also expected to send Browser type. Value set in this property will be applied if browser type is not received from portal. Set IE to use MS Internet Explorer as browser type. For any other browsers, set OTHERS.
You can export reports to either MS Office v2007 and above or MS Office v97-2003.
This can be used to set application’s file encoding like that of system file encoding. Doing so enables Intellicus to generate any text based output (TEXT / CSV / RAWTEXT) in specified file encoding. The file encoding must be a valid canonical name for java.lang API. Default value is blank i.e. Report Server will use system’s default file encoding.
In case of text output, this property determines horizontal spacing between text controls. If in text output, characters are getting truncated (due to overlapping) increase this number.
This property sets the maximum number of records that should be made available when a report is previewed. Specify any positive integer.
Report page can be split when report data is more than what can be accommodated on the report page. In this property, select default behavior:
Select Horizontal breaks to split the report pages horizontally.
Select Multiple Page to split the report page horizontally (if the data need more horizontal space that the page height), as well as vertically (if the data need more vertical space than page width).
This property governs the archive format for report output except HTML in all the operations like view, post view, ftp, upload and email.
For HTML, the archive will always be zip as gzip does not support archiving multiple files.
Configure the height of the page (integer) after which single page report will split into multi-pages.
Configure the width of the page (integer) after which single page report will split into multi-pages.