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    JavaScript Viewer
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    The JS Viewer is a Javascript component that you can easily customize and use in web applications to preview all types of reports - page, rdl, and section reports. The JS Viewer works on modern web application frameworks - ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Core MVC, and major JavaScript Frameworks such as Angular, React, and Vue.js. 

    A responsive visualization allows the JS Viewer to automatically adjust to the screen size, so you can use it on all desktop, mobile and touch devices and modern browsers.

    JS Viewer UI

    JS Viewer Sidebar

    Sidebar Element Name Description
      Display Sidebar Displays the sidebar that includes the Search, Export, and Parameters panes.
      Search Displays the Search pane.
      Export Displays the Export pane where you can select an export format and options for the report you are previewing.
      Parameters Displays the Parameters pane. If a report does not have parameters, the Parameters button is not displayed.
      Table of Contents Displays the Table of Contents pane. If a report does not have the Label property or Document map label set, the Table of Contents or Documents map pane does not appear.

    JS Viewer Top Toolbar

    Toolbar Element Name Description
       Go to First/Last page Jumps to the first or last page of a report.
      Go to Previous/Next page Navigates through a report page by page.
    Current page Displays the current page number and page total. Enter the page number to view a specific page.
    Refresh Refreshes the report.
    History: Back to Parent Returns to the parent report in a drill-down page report or RDL report.
    History: Go Back

    Navigates to a previous page in a parent report in a drill-down page report or RDL report.

    History: Go Forward

    Navigates to a next page in a parent report in a drill-down page report or RDL report.

      Move Tool A move tool that you can use to navigate the report.
    Zoom Out Decreases the magnification of your report. 

    Zoom mode Displays the current zoom percentage which can also be edited. Allows you to select from the available zoom options - 50%, 100%, 150%200%, 300%, Fit to Page, and Fit to Width.

    Zoom In Increases the magnification of your report.

    Toggle Fullscreen Switches to a Fullsreen mode.

    Print Displays the Print screen to specify printing options. See Print in JS Viewer topic for more information on printing.

    Single Page View Shows one page at a time in the viewer.

    Continious View Shows all preview pages one below the other.

    Galley mode Provides a viewer mode which removes automatic page breaks from an RDL report and displays data in a single scrollable page. This mode maintains page breaks you create in the report.

    JS Viewer Search

    The Search pane lets you enter a word or phrase for which to search within the report. Under Use these additional criteria, you may optionally select additional criteria. When you click Search, any results appear in the Find results list. Click an item in the list to jump to the item you selected and highlight it.

    JS Viewer Export

    To display the Export pane, click Export in the sidebar. The Export pane lets you enter parameters for exporting a report that you are previewing. The available format options are Excel 2003, Excel, Word 2003, Word, PDF, CSV, JSON, XML, Tagged Image, and Web Archive.

     

    After you set all necessary export properties, click Export.

    JS Viewer Parameters Pane

    The Parameters pane appears when you click the Parameters button in the sidebar. In the Parameters pane, enter a value to filter the data to be displayed and click Preview.

    If a report does not have parameters, the Parameters pane is disabled.

    JS Viewer Table of Contents Pane

    The Table of Contents pane appears when you click the Table of Contents button in the sidebar. Click any TOC item to navigate to the corresponding section of the report in the Viewer.

    Note that the Table of Contents is only available for reports with Bookmarks. The Table of Contents displays each value for the text box, group, or subreport that you bookmark, and you can click them to navigate to the corresponding section of the report in the Viewer.

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