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Force Larger Font when Exporting to PDF from Crystal Reports

By Jeff

When exporting from the Crystal Reports Runtime Engine, some reports will have a smaller font size when exported to pdf.  This can also happen when printing a report since browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and Edge will first export the report to pdf and then print the pdf file.  Internet Explorer ca...

11.02.16 03:25 PM - Comment(s)

Updating the List of Values (LOV) in Crystal Reports

By Jeff

 

Using Crystal Reports Designer

When using dynamic parameters within Crystal Reports you can easily have more parameter values than Crystal Reports can display.  The default number of values that can be displayed is 1,000 and if you are using cascading parameters the number of values is the sum of...
24.09.15 04:43 PM - Comment(s)

How to Use RSExpress

By Brenda



This feature, called RSExpress, allows a report to be run and viewed in the report viewer without first logging into Ripplestone. This allows users of Ripplestone to run reports that are published in Ripplestone from external applications without the users first logging into Ripplestone and running...
12.02.15 08:03 PM - Comment(s)

What’s New in Ripplestone 3.4.3

By Brenda

Overview

Below are the new features, updates and bug fixes for Ripplestone version 3.4.3.

 

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Use Parameter Name for Prompt Text (3.4.3.0)

If the report doesn’t have a value for the prompt text then use the parameter name for the prompt text

 

Scheduler Changes

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14.01.14 05:12 PM - Comment(s)

What’s New in Ripplestone 3.4.1

By Brenda

Overview


Below are the new features, updates and bug fixes for version 3.4.1.  This version was released on October 2nd, 2013.

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New Blue Blocks Wide Skin (3.4.1.0)

This new release includes a new skin that is wider and also left justified. This skin works well for wider reports and larger monit...
14.01.14 03:09 PM - Comment(s)