Monthly Archives: September 2008
- Improved integration with JasperServer. See documentation for integration details.
- Implemented 3 different ways of licensing exporter.
- Possibility to define individual template presentation for each report or change default template for all reports.
- Possible exception in case of image referenced by URL is not available.
- Too strong obfuscation which did not allow using exporter parameters with JasperServer.
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In this new version, we greatly enhanced conversion features, including Pdf conversion, Chart2Image conversion and Sheet2Image conversion. And many other features and enhancements are included: http://www.aspose.com/community/files/51/file-format-components/aspose.cells/default.aspx .… Continue Reading
Flash tutorials for manual configuration and using Aspose.BarCode for SQL Server Reporting Services 2005
We have created flash tutorials for Aspose.BarCode for Reporting Services. You can use these as quickstart and start developing barcode applications for reporting services in lesser time.
For manual configuration of Aspose.BarCode with SQL Server Reporting Services 2005, please visit http://www.aspose.com/demos/aspose.barcode/aspose-barcode-manual-configuration-for-ssrs-2005.html. After reading this tutorial, you will be able to configure SQL Server and Visual Studio for using
For developing a sample program in SQL Server Reporting Services 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 using Aspose.BarCode for Reporting Services, please visit http://www.aspose.com/demos/aspose.barcode/using-aspose-barcode-in-sql-server-reporting-services-2005.html. After … Continue Reading
What’s New in Aspose.Total for Reporting Services Q3 2008:
Aspose.Words for Reporting Services
1. Included assemblies allowing to add Microsoft Word export formats to the Microsoft Report Viewer control working in local mode.
2. Added the Web Archive (MHTML) export format.
3. The MSI installer is updated and now it automatically installs the rendering extension to all Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services instances found on the machine.
1. “NullReferenceException” exception thrown … Continue Reading
We have updated our documentation with a new article about usage of Aspose.BarCode with Visual Studio 2003 and SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services. Configuring Aspose.BarCode with VS 2005 and SQL 2005 is easy because of design time support. You can easily add the BarCode control on the toolbox and set its properties during design time. But with VS 2003 and SQL Server 2000, we need to do some manual work to get the BarCode on the reports.
The article is … Continue Reading
What’s New in Aspose.Total for Java Q3 2008:
Aspose.Slides for Java
1. PPTX (beta version) is supported. Currently, it can read and write simple PPTX presentations. It’s possible that PPTX API will be slightly changed in the next versions. All *Ex classes will be moved to a separate package.
1. Image warped on cloned slide.
2. Bullets appearing after cloning slides.
3. Reading bold and italic properties of a text.
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This is the new blog for information about Aspose.Tasks releases and hotfixes.
Earlier posts can be found in the old Aspose.Tasks blog.… Continue Reading
This release introduces a new and exciting feature. As you might know, Microsoft Report Viewer working in local mode only offers few export formats which are built-in, and there are no DOC, DOCX, RTF, or any other Microsoft Word document formats amongst them. Have you ever wished you could change this?
Just download the latest Aspose.Words for Reporting Services 18.104.22.168, and you will notice a couple of new assemblies included into the package. Add a reference to one of them (depending on what … Continue Reading
We are trying ourselves in making product and training videos. There are at least three short videos for an upcoming new version of Aspose.Words for Reporting Services planned. This is the first video about running AWRS on a server.
If you fancy 2 minutes listening to a guy (me) speaking English with a bit of Russian accent you can try.
Other than that we are looking to hear your feedback. Do you want more videos? What topics? Do you … Continue Reading
Have you noticed our PDF2DOC conversion product Aspose.Recognition has reached the Released state?
It is still an early version and might be somewhat limited in functionality, but we are eager to hear your feedback.