Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services | SSRS sub report export issue


#1

Will try to export SSRS reports using aspose PPT, then exported PPT not aligned properly when we are using sub report concepts, so could you please suggest me an solution to customise the PPT template size for each slides.


#2

@Aravindh2019,

I have observed the issue shared by you and like to share that Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services render the reports as it is. I request you to please try exporting the RDL to PDF/TIFF and see if there is any issue. If PDF/TIFF are rendered fine and exported presentations are not after using Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services 19.6, then please provide the RDL file with data-set, RPL export, PDF/TIFF export. We will observe the issue further on our end to help you out.


#3

Thanks for the update @mudassir.fayyaz , actually what we are facing now in SSRS, if we are using sub reports then master report page size will reflect in all the sub reports pages , so if any of the page size will be large, then based on that we will align the master report(RDL) page size. For this scenario any of the sub report RDL page size will be smaller , SSRS will not consider that sub report page sizes , it will only consider the master report rdl page size and its applied to all sub reports, if we will export this in PDF\PPT files then big page RDL report contents are displayed properly and remaining small page sub report RDL report contents are not looking good.In big page small report contents are displayed, the remaining are all empty spaces. So for that will try it from aspose , if we can able to customise the sub report page size in exported view , then our issue will be resolved. Do we have any poosiblity to fix this issue from aspose side.


#4

@Aravindh2019,

Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services does support rendering sub reports. As requested earlier, please share the following requested information so that we may proceed further to help you.


#5

ASPOSE.zip (2.6 MB)


#6

Thanks for the update @mudassir.fayyaz, Please find the attachement and let me know if any details need to add here.


#7

@Aravindh2019,

I have worked with source files shared by you and unable to observe alignment issue. Can you please share comparison screenshot so that we may further investigate to help you out.


#8

Export issue for Aspose.zip (718.7 KB)

Please find the attachment, and this document will help to understand our problem, if its not then will setup a call and discuss in detail.

Thanks


#9

@Aravindh2019,

Can you please also provide the RPL export of your report as well. We will log the issue in our issue tracking system on provision of requested information.


#10

Individual RDL export.zip (350.4 KB)
Master RDL export.zip (406.2 KB)
PFA and let us know the updates, Thanks.


#11

@Aravindh2019.

Thank you for sharing the information with us. An issue with ID SLIDESRS-33596 has been created in our issue tracking system to further investigate and resolve the issue. This thread has been linked with the issue so that you may be notified once the issue will be fixed.


#12

Hi @mudassir.fayyaz , Is there any update? how long will wait for this, Could you please update an ETA for this. Based on that will plan to buy this license or else will try to find another way to resolve it. Above mentioned issue status is resolved but we didnt get any updates.

SLIDESRS-33596 ---- Status : Resolved


#13

@Aravindh2019,

We have internally investigated the issue on our end. Actually, Aspose.Slides for Reporting Services uses RPL files for exporting reports, each of which is a separate report page with elements placed on it. Aspose Slides for Reporting Services have no control over the RPL generation process and deals with RPL pages already generated by SSRS itself. Thus, we cannot change the breakdown of pages and their content, because we cannot assess whether the RPL file is a separate page or is a continuation of the previous page. The only way to correctly form the pages and place the elements of the report on them is to create correct design of report (by Report Builder for example). Actually, when using Report Builder to create RDL file that is used by SSRS for creating RPL.