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What's New in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services
What’s new in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 3.3.0 (18.12.2014)

Improved: Borders are equal to the native SSRS;
Fixed: Issue with columnSpan in tablix.

What’s new in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 3.2.0 (23.06.2014)

New: Support for SSRS 2014;
New: Visual Studio 2013 support;
Fixed: Excessive data in the tablix;
Fixed: Issue with custom drill through handlers;
Fixed: Issue with paddings and bulleted text;
Fixed: Issue with report formatting;
Fixed: Minor bug fixes and improvements.

What’s new in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 3.1.0 (14.03.2013)

Added: Bullets support;
Added: Ability to override actions executed upon commands and their predicates;
Fixed: Issue with the rows visibility;
Fixed: Issue with repeating bookmarks.

What’s new in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 3.0 (08.08.2012)

New: One and the same Rendering Extension can be used for displaying Reports in both Silverlight and WPF applications;
Fixed: Problem with zooming a document in the WholePage and PageWidth modes. Now when applying these modes, a report is displayed correctly.

What’s new in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2.12 (10.05.2012)

New: Support for SQL Server Reporting Services 2012;
New: Ability to manage toolbar visibility;
New: Ability to pass data of the used culture in SSRS query captions;
Added: Ability to refer to parameters by name to implement sophisticated behavior (for, example to hide a parameter);
Fixed: Landscape printing;
Fixed: “Index is out of range” issue when report parameters were changed to show less pages and the user selected to view a page that was out of this new range (for example, by pressing “Backward” button). The report couldn’t be re-generated;
Fixed: Issue with multiple viewers on a single page;
Fixed: Incorrect view of tablix;
Fixed: Issue with visibility of nested report elements;
Fixed: Incorrect rendering of reports with multiple nested groups and page breaks between the groups;
Fixed: Incorrect rendering of reports with nested tablixes;
Fixed: Issue with incorrect rendering of page size settings;
Fixed: Search didn’t work correctly if session expired and the document was out of cache;
Fixed: Incorrect date format depending on localization;
Fixed: Incorrect text rendering in 90° rotated textbox;
Fixed: Incorrect rendering of table captions in reports with drilldown functionality;
Fixed: Issue with positioning tablix with dynamic columns;
Fixed: Page breaks are not rendered correctly;
Fixed: Page Footer positioned incorrectly on pages with little content;
Fixed: Nested groupings don’t work;
Fixed: Reporting Services template for integration into Visual Studio;
Fixed: Incorrect work of thumbnails;
Fixed: Issue with printing page margins;
Fixed: Bar chart tooltips and drilldown don’t work correctly;
Fixed: Incorrect work of drilldown functionality when cache is disabled;
Fixed: Issue with exporting drill through reports to HTML;

What’s new in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 2.11.0 (28.02.2012)

New: Silverlight-native approach to implementing User interface. Now it is possible to use Command binding mechanism for UI elements
New: Ability to print from the initial HTML document instead of XAML (printing as in native SSRS Web Viewer).
New: Ability to manage export dialog visibility as well as set its parameters.
Added: Optimization of upload of large volume data to combo-boxes in the Parameters panel.
Fixed: Export to PDF from the code of WebKit-based browsers.
Fixed: Grey-out of other form elements so that they look disabled. Now the Silverlight viewer control doesn’t change styles of other elements on the form.

What’s New in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 2.10.1 (02.02.2012)

Fixed: Printing in Silverlight 5
Fixed: Line breaks in textboxes are now handled correctly
Fixed: Wrong date and number format in non-English localization

What’s New in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 2.10.0 (09.11.2011)

New: Custom handler of drill through action. Now, it is possible to get additional information about the object in the HyperlinkCustomClick event handler.
New: Removing pages from the pages buffer. In the previous versions, each report page was loaded and stored in memory. There was huge memory consumption if a report was large. Now, if a lot of pages are loaded then the pages distant from the current page will be removed from the memory. This option is not default. You should switch on this option if you work with large reports.
Improved: Work with fonts. Now non-standard fonts (for example, fonts with space in the names) are supported.
Improved: Output of detailed error message. Instead of “Not found” message you get precise information about the error which can be sent to the technical support team.
Improved: Ability to hide some buttons on the toolbar by using the ViewOptions property.
Fixed: Display of empty parameters’ panel when parameters are set as “not visible”.
Fixed: Issue with error message display if a report is empty.
Fixed: Issue with double rendering of a report when parameters are set via parameters’ panel.
Fixed: Ability to set borders for report tables.

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 2.9.0 (25.07.2011)

New: Ability to show report snaphots. You can easily navigate the reports history to find the needed report snapshot and display it.
New: The data caching algorithms are public. So now you can use one of them or implement your own. The "Out of cache" message was removed. New caching algorithm transparently requests the server to render the report once again if it is out of cache.
New: TimePicker for the DateTime parameter is hidden by default. It is possible to show it from code by redefining template.
New: Abilities of interface customization. Now it is possible to customize appearance of thumbnails and bookmarks tree.
Improved: Ability to change the DateTimePicker font in the parameters toolbar.
Fixed: Issue with display of charts during the export into HTML format.
Fixed: Issue with tables rendering. Earlier some strings were missing.
Fixed: Issue with loading of thumbnail connected with incorrect coordinates calculation.
Fixed: Issue with loading of large reports. Custom authentication considers timeout.
Fixed: Issue with incorrect Header and Footer drawing.
Fixed: Issue with Hidden Fields displaying.
Fixed: Issue with shifting of rectangles during the drawing.

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 2.8.0 (26.04.2011)

New: Full support for MS SQL Server Reporting Services 2011.
New: Ability to call export and printing functions from code behind.
New: Templates in VB.Net are included in the delivery package.
New: Ability to select time in the parameters’ toolbar of the Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services.
New: Ability to set address from the service where the resources are located to get them.
Improved: Printing in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2005.
Fixed: Issue with synchronization of thumbnails.
Fixed: Issue with ToolTips. Now, all elements support ToolTips.
Fixed: Issue with incorrect work of bookmark references.
Fixed: Issue with incorrect display of the title of the tablix.

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 2.7.0 (01.03.2011)

New: Ability to automatically consider page orientation during printing.
New: Custom Authentication.
New: Drillthrough action for gauges and maps.
New: Ability to install Rendering Extension via command line.
New: Report zooming with mouse wheel and CTRL button.
New: Button for report re-rendering.
Fixed: Rendering of the Rectangle element.
Fixed: Elements visibility is considered in Page Footer and Page Header.
Fixed: Minor errors and shortcomings.

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 (02.12.2010)

New: Drillthrough action in charts.
New: Ability to pass the client localization to the server. It is possible to include the localization files into the client Silverlight application, i.e. there is no need to download files from the server. Now, you are able to localize the application before the querying the server.
New: Ability to set the localization that will be used by the Rendering Extension (SQL Server Reporting Services) to build a report. Now, all the dates, numbers and so on will be displayed correctly since localization data for report building will be passed to SSRS.
New: Ability to check the parameters values input by the user in the parameters toolbar. It is possible to continue or cancel document generation during checking the parameters values.
New: Ability to control visibility of the fields for input of the parameters.
Improved: Class References, documentation and getting started for Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services.
Fixed: Printing error when navigating by links.
Fixed: Error in printing of expanded groups in Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services on-line demo.
Fixed: Minor errors and shortcomings.

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 (23.09.2010)

New: Reporting services templates for Visual Studio 2008 and 2010 integration. Now it is possible to add service via Visual Studio menu.
New: View of page thumbnails as in Acrobat Reader. It is possible to change columns layout.
New: Bookmarks tree as in Acrobat Reader.
Improved: Parameter settings. A new option “Select all” allows the checking of all parameters values with a single mouse click.
Fixed: Horizontal content alignment in a table and alignment of the TextBox element in case the date format is set.
Fixed: Ability to configure WCF-timeouts to avoid “timeout expired” errors during big reports rendering.
Fixed: Null-value parameter handling.
Fixed: Minor errors and shortcomings.

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 (30.04.2010)

New: Support for SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2
New: Drilldown
Fixed: Multipage reports view
Fixed: Minor UI fixes

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 (16.04.2010)

New: Support for Silverlight 4.
New: Native Silverlight printing.
New: Added hot-keys Ctrl++, Ctrl+-, Ctrl+F.
New: Custom Cursor option – allows the use of standard cursors instead of Perpetuum’s ones.
Improved: Installation procedure.
Improved: Modified search text box - Enter hot-key added (search next added).
Improved: Modified Cursor (hidden at start).
Improved: Browsing history - Save moving between reports.
Fixed: Hyperlinks and sorting in ChildWindow.
Fixed: Output of page header/footer.
Fixed: Manual setup of report parameters.

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 (15.02.2010)

New: Support for .NET Framework 4.0.
New: Support for beta version of Visual Studio 2010.
Trouble shooting and error handling. The LogMode element allows the developer to log exceptions. An option which allows switching on/off recording is available. Errors become visualized on the clients side. It is possible to use two modes: Simple and Full. The Full mode provides a detail visualization if there occurred any errors during execution.
Improved: Getting Started documentation and Sample Application. The Sample Application was modified in order to avoid problems with logging the exceptions that may be caused by some hosting providers peculiarities.
Improved: UI for searching, loading progress indicating.
Fixed: Minor errors and bugs are fixed.

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008 beta (02.12.2009)

Full support for Microsoft SQL Reporting Services 2008. Now it is possible to view reports created with Reporting Services 2008 in Silverlight applications.

The component is a native Silverlight control and it easily integrates into any Silverlight application. A new report viewer supports all the functionality of Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2005.
Please be advised that Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2005 is NOT compatible with Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 2008. You should use version specific product versions for different SS RS versions.

Limitations of the beta version:
  • Bookmarks – Viewer doesn’t render TOC of the report.
  • DrillDown (Toggle) report elements – the ability to use DrillDown functionality in the Silverlight Viewer will be available in the next product releases.
  • Hidden fields – all the hidden fields are displayed. This is connected with the lack of DrillDown functionality.
  • Action (switch to Url or report) – switch to Url or reports can be applied only to the whole TextBox. However, the MS report editor and viewer allow setting up the hyperlink upon its part(s).

Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services 1.1 (20.10.2009)

New:Ability to print reports from Silverlight Viewer. Now you can print Reporting Services Reports from Silverlight.
New:Redesigned HTML export.
New:Ability to preview reports in Silverlight without referring to MS SQL 2005 Reporting Service report server.
New:Silverlight Viewer stores history of search navigation, navigation by page number, by link or to another report. Scaling and preview mode changes are not saved in a history. Thus, navigation through the report history can be executed faster and easier.