XtraReport.ExportOptions Property

Gets the settings used to specify exporting parameters when exporting a report.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraReports.UI

Assembly: DevExpress.XtraReports.v20.2.dll

Declaration

[SRCategory(ReportStringId.CatBehavior)]
public ExportOptions ExportOptions { get; }
<SRCategory(ReportStringId.CatBehavior)>
Public ReadOnly Property ExportOptions As ExportOptions

Property Value

Type Description
ExportOptions

An ExportOptions object which contains the export settings for a report.

Remarks

Use the ExportOptions property to set the options which control how the current report is exported.

Examples

This example demonstrates how to export a report to HTML format.

The project uses the XtraReport.ExportToHtml method with the HtmlExportOptions object as a parameter.

NOTE

The complete sample project How to export a report to HTML format is available in the DevExpress Examples repository.

using System;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using DevExpress.XtraPrinting;
// ...

private void ExportToHTML() {
    // A path to export a report.
    string reportPath = "c:\\Test.html";

    // Create a report instance.
    XtraReport1 report = new XtraReport1();

    // Get its HTML export options.
    HtmlExportOptions htmlOptions = report.ExportOptions.Html;

    // Set HTML-specific export options.
    htmlOptions.CharacterSet = "UTF-8";
    htmlOptions.TableLayout = false;
    htmlOptions.RemoveSecondarySymbols = false;
    htmlOptions.Title = "Test Title";

    // Set the pages to be exported, and page-by-page options.
    htmlOptions.ExportMode = HtmlExportMode.SingleFilePageByPage;
    htmlOptions.PageRange = "1, 3-5";
    htmlOptions.PageBorderColor = Color.Blue;
    htmlOptions.PageBorderWidth = 3;

    // Export the report to HTML.
    report.ExportToHtml(reportPath);

    // Show the result.
    StartProcess(reportPath);
}

// Call this method to automatically open the 
// created HTML file in the system's default program.
public void StartProcess(string path) {
    Process process = new Process();
    try {
        process.StartInfo.FileName = path;
        process.Start();
        process.WaitForInputIdle();
    }
    catch { }
}
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