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Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631066] Wed, 06 October 2010 05:58 Go to next message
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Hi,

I'm using BIRT report designer 2.6 and corresponding birt-viewer. In one of my report grid columns I have dynamic text html iframe tag requesting a web page through src-tag. Designer preview in Eclipse and birt-viewer under Tomcat show the embedded page correctly in html format, but print-preview shows only part (upper) of the report page (and also prints accordingly). If I use pdf format the embedded element disappears totally.

I've heard that the viewer does not support pdf format in this case, but it seems not even html. Any clue to the problem from someone?

regards
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631205 is a reply to message #631066] Wed, 06 October 2010 14:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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If you put the html in the text element it should show up in PDF, but
not if you use the include.

Jason

On 10/6/2010 1:58 AM, auvo.finne@jyu.fi wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm using BIRT report designer 2.6 and corresponding birt-viewer. In one
> of my report grid columns I have dynamic text html iframe tag requesting
> a web page through src-tag. Designer preview in Eclipse and birt-viewer
> under Tomcat show the embedded page correctly in html format, but
> print-preview shows only part (upper) of the report page (and also
> prints accordingly). If I use pdf format the embedded element disappears
> totally.
> I've heard that the viewer does not support pdf format in this case, but
> it seems not even html. Any clue to the problem from someone?
>
> regards
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631272 is a reply to message #631205] Wed, 06 October 2010 19:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Jason, what do you exactly mean by "include" and "text element"? The iframe reference is now inside a text report item: <![CDATA[<iframe ... src"http://..." />]]. Should I write the the whole web page html code inside this text element? This page is actually an OpenLayers map coming from a web map server. It contains JavaScript, CSS and HTML. So how to deal with it in BIRT design? Is it possible at all?

Thanks for previous comment!
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631293 is a reply to message #631272] Wed, 06 October 2010 20:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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What I mean was in a text element you can enter HTML code but in your
case that may be to much. Does the OpenLayers have an api you can call
from Java or a url that can return an image?

Jason

On 10/6/2010 3:03 PM, auvo.finne@jyu.fi wrote:
> Jason, what do you exactly mean by "include" and "text element"? The
> iframe reference is now inside a text report item: <![CDATA[<iframe ...
> src"http://.." />]]. Should I write the the whole web page html code
> inside this text element? This page is actually an OpenLayers map coming
> from a web map server. It contains JavaScript, CSS and HTML. So how to
> deal with it in BIRT design? Is it possible at all?
>
> Thanks for previous comment!
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631326 is a reply to message #631293] Thu, 07 October 2010 05:24 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Returning image I have tried. It works. But unfortunately I cannot get all the things in the picture I want using that method.

When I'm using iframe-tag I request the web page I want to embed into report as a response from Tomcat, GeoServer (java)webapp or a (java)webapp written by myself. So what do you mean by calling OpenLayers functions from Java.

Can I find somewhere an API description about the text element? What can the viewer handle? Can I write a complete html page inside, with html-, head- etc. tags? Can I link external JavaScript or CSS files with script- and link-tags?

Auvo
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631328 is a reply to message #631326] Thu, 07 October 2010 05:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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P.S. What's the difference between previewing a report in designer and viewing the report in print preview and then printing it out? Because, as I tried to explain earlier, I can see the embedded (with iframe-tag) map page in designer preview, but not in print preview or printout from printer.
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631410 is a reply to message #631328] Thu, 07 October 2010 13:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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When you preview the report the designer runs a runandrender task
renders in html. This is the same as the "View the report as HTML".
When you view in the Viewer and then print it, it does a run task to
generate a rptdocument and then renders in html. The print option then
renders the rptdocument in pdf.

Jason

On 10/7/2010 1:30 AM, auvo.finne@jyu.fi wrote:
> P.S. What's the difference between previewing a report in designer and
> viewing the report in print preview and then printing it out? Because,
> as I tried to explain earlier, I can see the embedded (with iframe-tag)
> map page in designer preview, but not in print preview or printout from
> printer.
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631415 is a reply to message #631326] Thu, 07 October 2010 13:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The text element is really setup to handle simple html. For example
head tags will not work. You can do certain inline styles but not all
are supported. Currently we do not have the supported html list
documented yet but we are working on it.

Jason

On 10/7/2010 1:24 AM, auvo.finne@jyu.fi wrote:
> Returning image I have tried. It works. But unfortunately I cannot get
> all the things in the picture I want using that method.
>
> When I'm using iframe-tag I request the web page I want to embed into
> report as a response from Tomcat, GeoServer (java)webapp or a
> (java)webapp written by myself. So what do you mean by calling
> OpenLayers functions from Java.
>
> Can I find somewhere an API description about the text element? What can
> the viewer handle? Can I write a complete html page inside, with html-,
> head- etc. tags? Can I link external JavaScript or CSS files with
> script- and link-tags?
>
> Auvo
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631439 is a reply to message #631415] Thu, 07 October 2010 14:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks again! Hopefully the last question.When I work with the viewer in browser window and generate a rptdocument it renders (by default) in html. When I then try to print the document from the viewer, either html or pdf, I get a message "a print preview window is already open" and I'm stuck there. Why? And do you really mean that even by selecting html print format in the dialog the viewer renders in pdf. Does not make sense. Sorry for not understanding what you ment.

Auvo
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631449 is a reply to message #631439] Thu, 07 October 2010 14:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Auvo,

Sorry for the confusion. I was not certain what version you were on.
Latest versions of birt offer html and pdf print. Both use the
rptdocument and print in the selected formats. They just use a render
task as opposed to a runandrender task. The error you are getting I am
not seeing. Did you verify you did not have multiple print windows open?

Jason

On 10/7/2010 10:41 AM, auvo.finne@jyu.fi wrote:
> Thanks again! Hopefully the last question.When I work with the viewer in
> browser window and generate a rptdocument it renders (by default) in
> html. When I then try to print the document from the viewer, either html
> or pdf, I get a message "a print preview window is already open" and I'm
> stuck there. Why? And do you really mean that even by selecting html
> print format in the dialog the viewer renders in pdf. Does not make
> sense. Sorry for not understanding what you ment.
>
> Auvo
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631579 is a reply to message #631449] Fri, 08 October 2010 05:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thanks Jason! I think we can close this issue now. The error I mentioned seems to be related to my Firefox, because in IE the prints from birt-viewer work. I'll try to develop the image format rendering from the web map server. Another option is to let my java controller simply to write out the the html page and let the BIRT then capture it through an iframe-tag in the text element. I found also some interesting ideas in "Evgeny's Blog: BIRT Best Practice". He presents how to integrate Google Maps into BIRT.

Auvo
Re: Print and print preview with embedded html elements [message #631758 is a reply to message #631579] Fri, 08 October 2010 15:38 Go to previous message
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That blog entry is very good. I am attaching an example of google maps
that does not use an iframe but you do have to modify the viewer
framesetfragment.jsp. See the report for notes.

Jason

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<report xmlns="http://www.eclipse.org/birt/2005/design" version="3.2.21"
id="1">
<property name="comments">In order to use this report, please
obtain a Google Maps API Key. Then place this key in the Header Code
Item at the top of the report. This report was tested in Internet
Explorer v6.

When you run the report, click on any row in the Customer Data table.
That will display the Google map and create a marker for the city in
which the customer is located.

Please refer to Google Maps API for documentation on utilizing their
API.</property>
<property name="createdBy">Eclipse BIRT Designer Version
2.5.2.v20100208 Build &lt;2.5.2.v20100210-0630></property>
<text-property name="title">Google Maps Mashup in a BIRT
Report</text-property>
<property name="units">in</property>
<property name="layoutPreference">auto layout</property>
<data-sources>
<oda-data-source
extensionID="org.eclipse.birt.report.data.oda.jdbc" name="CMI" id="119">
<property
name="odaDriverClass">org.eclipse.birt.report.data.oda.sampledb.Driver </property>
<property name="odaURL">jdbc:classicmodels:sampledb</property>
<property name="odaUser">ClassicModels</property>
</oda-data-source>
</data-sources>
<data-sets>
<oda-data-set
extensionID="org.eclipse.birt.report.data.oda.jdbc.JdbcSelectDataSet "
name="Customers" id="120">
<structure name="cachedMetaData">
<list-property name="resultSet">
<structure>
<property name="position">1</property>
<property name="name">CUSTOMERNAME</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="position">2</property>
<property name="name">ADDRESSLINE1</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="position">3</property>
<property name="name">CITY</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="position">4</property>
<property name="name">STATE</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="position">5</property>
<property name="name">POSTALCODE</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
</list-property>
</structure>
<property name="dataSource">CMI</property>
<list-property name="resultSet">
<structure>
<property name="position">1</property>
<property name="name">CUSTOMERNAME</property>
<property name="nativeName">CUSTOMERNAME</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
<property name="nativeDataType">12</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="position">2</property>
<property name="name">ADDRESSLINE1</property>
<property name="nativeName">ADDRESSLINE1</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
<property name="nativeDataType">12</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="position">3</property>
<property name="name">CITY</property>
<property name="nativeName">CITY</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
<property name="nativeDataType">12</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="position">4</property>
<property name="name">STATE</property>
<property name="nativeName">STATE</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
<property name="nativeDataType">12</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="position">5</property>
<property name="name">POSTALCODE</property>
<property name="nativeName">POSTALCODE</property>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
<property name="nativeDataType">12</property>
</structure>
</list-property>
<xml-property name="queryText"><![CDATA[select
CLASSICMODELS.CUSTOMERS.CUSTOMERNAME,
CLASSICMODELS.CUSTOMERS.ADDRESSLINE1,
CLASSICMODELS.CUSTOMERS.CITY,
CLASSICMODELS.CUSTOMERS.STATE,
CLASSICMODELS.CUSTOMERS.POSTALCODE
from CLASSICMODELS.CUSTOMERS
where
CLASSICMODELS.CUSTOMERS.COUNTRY = 'USA'
order by CLASSICMODELS.CUSTOMERS.STATE]]></xml-property>
</oda-data-set>
</data-sets>
<styles>
<style name="table-group-header-1" id="106">
<property name="backgroundColor">#0B285B</property>
<property name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">medium</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFE0</property>
<property name="borderBottomColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">double</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderTopWidth">thin</property>
<property name="textAlign">right</property>
</style>
<style name="table-group-footer-1" id="107">
<property name="backgroundColor">#0B285B</property>
<property name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">medium</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFE0</property>
<property name="borderBottomColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">double</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderTopWidth">thin</property>
<property name="textAlign">right</property>
</style>
<style name="table-group-header-2" id="108">
<property name="backgroundColor">#13449B</property>
<property name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">small</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFE0</property>
<property name="borderBottomColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">double</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderTopWidth">thin</property>
<property name="textAlign">right</property>
</style>
<style name="table-group-footer-2" id="109">
<property name="backgroundColor">#13449B</property>
<property name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">small</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFE0</property>
<property name="borderBottomColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">double</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderTopWidth">thin</property>
<property name="textAlign">right</property>
</style>
<style name="table-group-header-3" id="110">
<property name="backgroundColor">#1A5FDA</property>
<property name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">small</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFE0</property>
<property name="borderBottomColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">double</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderTopWidth">thin</property>
<property name="textAlign">right</property>
</style>
<style name="table-group-footer-3" id="111">
<property name="backgroundColor">#1A5FDA</property>
<property name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">small</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFE0</property>
<property name="borderBottomColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">double</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#FFF8DC</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderTopWidth">thin</property>
<property name="textAlign">right</property>
</style>
<style name="table-header" id="112">
<property name="backgroundColor">#6495ED</property>
<property name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">x-small</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFE0</property>
<property name="borderBottomColor">#483D8B</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">double</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#483D8B</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#483D8B</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#483D8B</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderTopWidth">thin</property>
<property name="textAlign">right</property>
</style>
<style name="table-footer" id="114">
<property name="backgroundColor">#6495ED</property>
<property name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">x-small</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFE0</property>
<property name="borderBottomColor">#483D8B</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderBottomWidth">thin</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#483D8B</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#483D8B</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#483D8B</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">double</property>
<property name="textAlign">right</property>
</style>
</styles>
<page-setup>
<simple-master-page name="Simple MasterPage" id="2">
<property name="topMargin">1in</property>
<property name="leftMargin">1.25in</property>
<property name="bottomMargin">1in</property>
<property name="rightMargin">1.25in</property>
<page-footer>
<text id="3">
<property name="style">table-group-footer-3</property>
<property name="fontSize">xx-small</property>
<property name="fontStyle">italic</property>
<property name="textAlign">left</property>
<property name="contentType">html</property>
<text-property
name="content"><![CDATA[<value-of>new Date()</value-of>]]></text-property>
</text>
</page-footer>
</simple-master-page>
</page-setup>
<body>
<label name="Header Label" id="68">
<property name="backgroundColor">#0000FF</property>
<property name="fontSize">xx-large</property>
<property name="fontWeight">bold</property>
<property name="color">#FFFFFF</property>
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text-property name="text">BIRT Report Integrating Google
Maps</text-property>
</label>
<text name="Header Code Item" id="66">
<property name="borderBottomColor">#0000FF</property>
<property name="borderBottomStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderBottomWidth">thick</property>
<property name="borderLeftColor">#0000FF</property>
<property name="borderLeftStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderLeftWidth">thick</property>
<property name="borderRightColor">#0000FF</property>
<property name="borderRightStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderRightWidth">thick</property>
<property name="borderTopColor">#0000FF</property>
<property name="borderTopStyle">solid</property>
<property name="borderTopWidth">thick</property>
<property name="paddingTop">1pt</property>
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<property name="contentType">html</property>
<text-property name="content"><![CDATA[


<script type="text/javascript">
var geocoder = null;
var map = null;

function load(newaddress,mapname)
{ // Create new map object once
if (!map)
{
if (!mapname)
{
alert ("No mapname");
return;
}
map = new GMap2(document.getElementById(mapname));
if (!map)
{
alert ("Could not create Google map");
return;
}
map.addControl(new GSmallMapControl());
map.addControl(new GMapTypeControl());
}
// Create new geocoding object once
if (!geocoder)
{
geocoder = new GClientGeocoder();
geocoder.setBaseCountryCode("US");
}
// Retrieve location information, pass it to addToMap()
geocoder.getLocations(newaddress, addToMap);
}

// This function adds the point to the map
function addToMap(response)
{
// Retrieve the object
var place = response.Placemark[0];

// Retrieve the latitude and longitude
point = new GLatLng(place.Point.coordinates[1],
place.Point.coordinates[0]);

// Center the map on this point
map.setCenter(point, 3);

// Create a marker
marker = new GMarker(point);
GEvent.addListener (marker, "click", function() {
marker.openInfoWindowHtml (place.address);
}
);
// Add the marker to map
map.addOverlay(marker);

// Add address information to marker
marker.openInfoWindowHtml(place.address);
}
</script>
<div id="map1" style="width: 100%; height:
300px"><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR> <B>(Click on a ROW below to see a map of
the address)</B></div>

]]></text-property>
</text>
<table name="Customer Data" id="71">
<property name="width">100%</property>
<property name="dataSet">Customers</property>
<list-property name="boundDataColumns">
<structure>
<property name="name">CUSTOMERNAME</property>
<expression
name="expression">dataSetRow["CUSTOMERNAME"]</expression >
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="name">ADDRESSLINE1</property>
<expression
name="expression">dataSetRow["ADDRESSLINE1"]</expression >
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="name">CITY</property>
<expression
name="expression">dataSetRow["CITY"]</expression>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="name">STATE</property>
<expression
name="expression">dataSetRow["STATE"]</expression>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
<structure>
<property name="name">POSTALCODE</property>
<expression
name="expression">dataSetRow["POSTALCODE"]</expression>
<property name="dataType">string</property>
</structure>
</list-property>
<property name="pageBreakInterval">50</property>
<column id="100"/>
<column id="101"/>
<column id="102"/>
<column id="103"/>
<column id="104"/>
<header>
<row id="72">
<cell id="73">
<label id="74">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text-property name="text">Name</text-property>
</label>
</cell>
<cell id="75">
<label id="76">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text-property
name="text">Address</text-property>
</label>
</cell>
<cell id="77">
<label id="78">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text-property name="text">City</text-property>
</label>
</cell>
<cell id="79">
<label id="80">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text-property
name="text">State</text-property>
</label>
</cell>
<cell id="81">
<label id="82">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text-property name="text">ZIP</text-property>
</label>
</cell>
</row>
</header>
<detail>
<row id="83">
<cell id="84">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text id="118">
<property
name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">x-small</property>
<property name="contentType">html</property>
<text-property
name="content"><![CDATA[<table width=100%>
<tr>
<td style="cursor:hand" onMouseOver="this.bgColor = '#CCFFFF'"
onMouseOut="this.bgColor = '#FFFFFF'"
onclick="load('<VALUE-OF>row["CITY"]</VALUE-OF>, USA','map1');">
<VALUE-OF>row["CUSTOMERNAME"]</VALUE-OF>
</td>
</tr>
</table>]]></text-property>
</text>
</cell>
<cell id="86">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text id="117">
<property
name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">x-small</property>
<property name="contentType">html</property>
<text-property
name="content"><![CDATA[<table width=100%>
<tr>
<td style="cursor:hand" onMouseOver="this.bgColor = '#CCFFFF'"
onMouseOut="this.bgColor = '#FFFFFF'"
onclick="load('<VALUE-OF>row["CITY"]</VALUE-OF>,
USA','map1');"><VALUE-OF>row["ADDRESSLINE1"]</VALUE-OF>
</td>
</tr>
</table>]]></text-property>
</text>
</cell>
<cell id="88">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text id="116">
<property
name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">x-small</property>
<property name="contentType">html</property>
<text-property
name="content"><![CDATA[<table width=100%>
<tr>
<td style="cursor:hand" onMouseOver="this.bgColor = '#CCFFFF'"
onMouseOut="this.bgColor = '#FFFFFF'"
onclick="load('<VALUE-OF>row["CITY"]</VALUE-OF>,
USA','map1');"><VALUE-OF>row["CITY"]</VALUE-OF>
</td>
</tr>
</table>]]></text-property>
</text>
</cell>
<cell id="90">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text id="115">
<property
name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">x-small</property>
<property name="contentType">html</property>
<text-property
name="content"><![CDATA[<table width=100%>
<tr>
<td style="cursor:hand" onMouseOver="this.bgColor = '#CCFFFF'"
onMouseOut="this.bgColor = '#FFFFFF'"
onclick="load('<value-of>row["CITY"]</value-of>,
USA','map1');"><VALUE-OF>row["STATE"]</VALUE-OF>
</td>
</tr>
</table>]]></text-property>
</text>
</cell>
<cell id="92">
<property name="textAlign">center</property>
<text id="105">
<property
name="fontFamily">sans-serif</property>
<property name="fontSize">x-small</property>
<property name="contentType">html</property>
<text-property
name="content"><![CDATA[<table width=100%>
<tr>
<td style="cursor:hand" onMouseOver="this.bgColor = '#CCFFFF'"
onMouseOut="this.bgColor = '#FFFFFF'"
onclick="load('<VALUE-OF>row["CITY"]</VALUE-OF>,
USA','map1');"><VALUE-OF>row["POSTALCODE"]</VALUE-OF>
</td>
</tr>
</table>]]></text-property>
</text>
</cell>
</row>
</detail>
<footer>
<row id="94">
<cell id="95"/>
<cell id="96"/>
<cell id="97"/>
<cell id="98"/>
<cell id="99"/>
</row>
</footer>
</table>
<text id="121">
<property name="contentType">auto</property>
<text-property name="content"><![CDATA[Put the below in the
framesetfragment.jsp located in the viewer plugin
\birt\webcontent\birt\pages\layout directory]]></text-property>
</text>
<label id="122">
<text-property name="text"> &lt;script
src="http://maps.google.com/maps?file=api&amp ;amp;v=2&amp;amp;sensor=false&amp;amp;key=ABQIAAAAzr 2EBOXUKnm_jVnk0OJI7xSosDVG8KKPE1-m51RBrvYughuyMxQ-i1QfUnH94Q xWIa6N4U6MouMmBA "&#13;
type="text/javascript">&lt;/script></text-property>
</label>
</body>
</report>


On 10/8/2010 1:12 AM, auvo.finne@jyu.fi wrote:
> Thanks Jason! I think we can close this issue now. The error I mentioned
> seems to be related to my Firefox, because in IE the prints from
> birt-viewer work. I'll try to develop the image format rendering from
> the web map server. Another option is to let my java controller simply
> to write out the the html page and let the BIRT then capture it through
> an iframe-tag in the text element. I found also some interesting ideas
> in "Evgeny's Blog: BIRT Best Practice". He presents how to integrate
> Google Maps into BIRT.
>
> Auvo
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