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Features of Reporting Services and a couple questions

I've built an Asp.Net / SQL Server/Reporting Services application that allows users to enter textual information and images. The text and images are stored in a SQL DB. I'm using reporting services to pull the text and images together into a cumulative report. Users want the report to be created as a PDF by default. Done all this, but I have a couple issues

1) Reporting Service doesn't render html markup

2) Initially all images where GIF or JPG. Now users want to upload PDF files and have them merged into the report

I didn't see a features set on Aspose.PDF for Reporting services. Would it be able to perform the items above?

Hi,

Thanks you for considering Aspose.

1) Can you please elaborate it? Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services is used to render the report of SqlServer Reporting Services into PDF. Are your HTML tags supported by SqlServer Reporting Services? What is the report look like in SqlServer Reporting Services?

2) Merging existing PDF files is not supported in Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services. As a workaround you can use Aspose.Pdf.Kit to merge the PDF files after the report is generated.

1) Through our application users enter textual and html data. It gets stored in the SQL DB. Report would be rendering with HTML markup, so for example, instead of seeing bolded text we might see text

2) PDFs are pictures stored in the DB. We need to pull them out and merge them into the overall report

Hi,

1) Are you using BindHtml function? Please share your code so that we should check this problem.

2) You need to use Aspose.Pdf.Kit. This is a different product then Aspose.Pdf use to manipulate existing Pdf. To merge/concatenate multiple PDF please refer to :

http://www.aspose.com/Products/Aspose.Pdf.Kit/Api/Concatenate.PDF.Documents.html

http://www.aspose.com/Products/Aspose.Pdf.Kit/Api/Adhere.Image.html

Thanks.