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jasperreport print problem

ritesh solanki

Joined: Jul 06, 2008
Posts: 1
> Hi Folks,
> I am finding a small trouble while printing the entire contents of an
> Iframe which carries an html report which is in turn generated by
> jasper reports.s
> Hear is the javascript code used to print the contents of the Iframe
> function Print(reportframe)
> {
> reportframe.focus();
> reportframe.print();
> }
> And hear is the Jsp code used to render the html report generated by
> jasper inside an iframe
> <TR>
> <td>
> <div><iframe id = "reportframe"
> src="<%=request.getContextPath() %> /report.html�
> WIDTH=1200
> HEIGHT=320>
> </iframe>
> </div>
> </TD>
> </TR>
> When I invoke the print option using javascript this is what I got
> Problem:
> The printed page carried only one half of the page contents compared
> to what was shown on the browser, but the actual content is more than
> a page.
> For example if the browser page was carrying10 columns on it, the
> printed page carried just 5 columns on the page.
> What�s expected?
> The first 5 columns must be printed on the 1^st page and the rest 5
> must be followed up on page 2.
> It would be more favorable if you could tell me how jasper reports are
> being printed on client server architecture is using a small example
> or code snippet.
> Thanks and Regards,
> **Ritesh Solanki**
Ulf Dittmer

Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Posts: 42965
Welcome to JavaRanch.

Printing HTML pages happens completely in the browser. Whether the pages were created by JasperReports or any other way makes no difference.

I'll move this to the HTML/JavaScript forum, where the client-side experts hang out.
Bear Bibeault
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What's with the the ">" angle brackets?

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[ July 07, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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