I’m having difficulties rendering a SSRS serverreport and printing it from code. Although rendering succeeds and the report is printed, the results in quality in the . Private Sub Export(ByVal report As LocalReport). Dim deviceInfo As String = “DeviceInfo>” & _. “OutputFormat>EMFOutputFormat>” & _. private void Export(LocalReport report) { try { string deviceInfo = “DeviceInfo>” + ” OutputFormat>EMFOutputFormat>” + ” in” +.

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I changed the width to outpjtformat, but all it does now is shrink the page to fit a portrait a Create multiple instances of the same rendering extension to support different report presentation options for example, a portrait and landscape mode version of the Image rendering extension.

MarginTop The top margin value, in inches, to set for the report. Tags for this Outpytformat reportsvb. As it seems to be case sensitive I just placed the SQL Reporting Services code block below for you to cut and paste.

Direct Printing ,I don’t want to create .emf file.

You may have to register before you can post: Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation. If you are configuring multiple versions of the same extension, you can give each version a unique name outputrormat providing a value for OverrideNames. Quick Navigation Visual Basic.


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Would have used a vector based image if it were available. My problem is, when rdlc is opening then a direct print request is sending to printer. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site including, for example, the order in which they appear.

Configuration settings for report output formats are specified as rendering extension veviceinfo in the RSReportServer.

Direct Printing ,I don’t want to create .emf file. – CodeProject

The only difference is a small difference oytputformat the path to the config file, but you can find it easy enough there. If the endpage is bigger than or equal to the startpage, it will export the specified page from startpage to endpage as myreport. Add rds ; ReportViewer1. The DeviceInfo XML structure defines the device information settings that are used by a rendering extension.

To view the complete list of device information settings, see Passing Device Information Settings to Rendering Extensions.

RDLC is not directly printing

Devicceinfo, if we export with other Outputformats, it will only export the first page. Otherwise, any name that you specify will be ignored. For example, if the report server is running on a French operating system, you should specify “fr-FR” as the attribute value. Notice that each extension name is unique. Although rendering succeeds and the report is printed, the results in quality in the graphics are poor.


You must include an integer or decimal deviceihfo followed by “in” for example, 8. Every rendering extension supports device information settings that are unique to that extension. Specify a unique name for the extension.

Can you help me! Changing the width does just that, changes the width. No restarting of services needed here if you are on the SQL version. The language value that you set must be valid for the report server computer. Changing the rendering extension parameters only affects rendering operations on the report server. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Each instance that you define can have a different combination of parameter values.

You can use a text editor to modify the file. Let’s work to help developers, not make them feel stupid. After some searching with a DBA colleague of mine outputformwt came across some MSDN pages explaining the options to create custom rendering options.