Release Notes: This new release includes the highly demanded feature of rendering subscript and superscript text in a resultant PDF, which is not supported by default by the export feature of SQL Reporting Services. Users can either use “custom report property” or “Sub and Sup HTML tags” to render the text accordingly. The margin rendering has become even more precise and the resultant PDF files are more similar to the source report documents.
Release Notes: This release supports SharePoint 2013 Reporting Services. Some of the fixes include rendering reports containing embedded images, font formatting being lost during PDF rendering, image and graph objects not being exported properly, image colors being lost, and issues related to text rendering. There is support for dynamically adding images to reports and then rendering to PDF format.
Release Notes: This release provided support for rendering images as cell backgrounds. Justification of text is now honored during PDF generation. The product is further optimized for MS Report Viewer 2010, RPL Processing for Report Viewer 2010, and PDF export, and also contains better support for rendering Graph objects when creating PDF documents.
Release Notes: This new release provides support for Tablix controls and rendering them in PDF documents. Rendering of tables and nested tables was improved, and support for RowSpan and ColsSpan table attributes was added. Alignment of report elements was improved. You can now use Unicode characters to represent bullets as well as simple alphabetical or numerical values. Formatting of tables over reports was corrected, and missing report headers were included.
Release Notes: The component is now compatible with SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services. An option for integrating with MS SharePoint Services was added. An exception when a table of contents is generated and page orientation issues were fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes support for features such as displaying Table Of Contents on subsequent pages (which is not available in SQL Reporting Services) and generating reports without ReportViewer being visible. It also supports the Aspose.Total.Product.Family license scheme. So if you have a Aspose.Total.Product.Family.lic file, you can use this single file with all Aspose.Total for .NET, Aspose.Total for Java products, and also with Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services.