This will be a yes/no question but I have to give some background so please bear with me:
The Challenge: We have a large TFS database from which we run many SSRS reports. The data in the TFS database consists of WorkItems with RichText fields. The RichText fields contain extremely complicated Html data including:
- Tables that were created in MS Word - with varying cell sizes and colors
- Images in any common format .bmp, .png, .jpg, etc...
- Text of varying sizes, in any font, that might have color, bold, underline, etc. attributes
We would like to see SSRS render the content of the RichText fields in reports just as it appears in TFS.
- I have attached a sample of the content of a RichText field in our TFS database. If you view the file in notepad you will see the data that is stored in the TFS database. During report execution the data in the file is handed to an RDL TextBox. If you rename the file to .html and view it in a browser you will see what we would like to see in a report.
The Question: Can Aspose Words for Reporting Services render the complicated Html in a report? And can Aspose recognize tables and lists and render them correctly when the report is exported as .doc or .docx?