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Understanding the .NET CrystalDecisions.Web Namespace

Understanding the .NET CrystalDecisions.Web Namespace

Class

Description

CrystalReportViewer

Contains the properties, methods, and events relating to the CrystalReportViewer and viewing reports. Note: some properties of this class are inherited from CrystalReportViewerBase.

CrystalReportViewerBase

Contains properties for setting the target browser edition, database logon information, and so on.

DrillEventArgs

Provides data for the Drill event on main reports and subreports. Drill events fire when a user drills down into a group or summary on a particular main report or subreport.

DrillSubreportEventArgs

Provides data for the DrillDownSubreport event on main reports and subreports. Drill events fire when a user drills down into a group or summary on a particular main report or subreport.

NavigateEventArgs

Provides data for the Navigate event. When a user navigates through the pages of a report, the Navigate event fires each time. This can be used to notify the users when they have reached the last page, to call custom actions, and so on.

SearchEventArgs

Provides data for the Search event. The CrystalReportViewer includes an integrated search function to search for values within a report. The Search event fires when a user searches for a value and could be used to trigger a search of another report or other report descriptions, and so on.

ViewerEventArgs

Provides data for the Viewer event. The Viewer event fires when some action has occurred within the viewer itself and can be used to launch other actions when the viewer loads, and so on.

ZoomEventArgs

Provides data for the ViewZoom event. The ViewZoom event fires when the zoom is changed on the viewer and can be used to suggest the best resolution for a particular report (100%, 200%, and so on), or if you are showing two reports in viewers side-by-side, to synchronize the zoom factor between the two (so the magnification on both reports stays the same; if you change one to 200%, the other view changes as well).

 

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