Posted 4 August 2017, 3:13 pm ESTI have an application out on a website that calls the .dll through COM+. Well I have a letter that is double sided and the back side of course is upside down because its a tri-fold letter. Well if I change the angle to 1800 to basically flip it upside down it works awesome local. It prints out fine and looks good. As soon as I throw it out in production it loses all breaks and puts little boxes in place of where the breaks are and ignores the size of the box(chops off the paragraph). Anyone know the cause of this?
label angle local versus production.
Posted by: groupo on 4 August 2017, 3:13 pm EST
Replied 4 August 2017, 3:13 pm ESTPlease read the following KB article. It describes an approach to using ActiveReports through COM+.
You can find information for using RPX files at runtime at the following links.
Also in general, if your still having trouble, make sure you're using the latest build.
Replied 4 August 2017, 3:13 pm ESTI can run the .dll just fine in com+, it just loses its dexterity on controls using angles. I will take a look at the .rpx addition, I just rewrite this program just for one letter in production.