Since Version 5.10 the Stimulsoft Report Designer is integrated into the TIS Board.
|Create a data node|
As a preparation a data node with a [TIS]Board - Stimulsoft report viewer 2.0 operator must be created in TIS Editor.
Activate the TIS Board connection for this data node.
|Portlet Designer mode|
Switch to the Portlet Designer mode in the TIS Board
|Keep in mind|
|Stimulsoft Report Designer...|
Select "Stimulsoft Report Designer..." in the More Menu
Please check whether you have licensed this feature.
|Select data node|
|Create new report...||Generates sample data from the specified data node, opens the Stimulsoft Report Designer with a blank report design file, and ignores an existing MRT file. If no MRT file has been specified yet, a new file is created automatically in the root folder with a default name containing the project name and the data node name.|
Number of rows for sample data can be entered, default 5 rows.
Note: XSD and XML files are automatically generated in the TIS Board folder. There is no need to generate the files manually using operator Stimulsoft report - export sample data 1.0.
Use Button "Load Report..." for generating sample data and loading the configured MRT File (Stimulsoft Report Design File). The Stimulsoft Designer will open in a separate browser tab or window.
Starting with Version 5.16 Save automatically updates the MRT file in TIS, manual upload in not necessary anymore.
Use the Stimulsoft Report Designer
See also Stimulsoft Reports User Manual
When finished, you have to save the MRT file locally on your disk.
|Upload||Upload the MRT file to the TIS Data Management at the referred location.|
|Set Parameter||Specify the MRT file in your [TIS]Board - Stimulsoft report viewer 2.0 operator.|
|Create Portlet||In order to view the report on the TIS Board you need to create a portlet, see Stimulsoft (Portlet).|
In this example Colors are defined via the data to format some of the columns.
Text27.TextBrush = new Stimulsoft.Base.Drawing.StiSolidBrush(System.Drawing.ColorTranslator.FromHtml(RESULT.n23_Textfarbe));