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ProgressBarPosition Enum

Specifies where to position the progress bar while a report is generated.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraReports.Web.WebDocumentViewer

Assembly: DevExpress.XtraReports.v19.2.Web.dll

Declaration

public enum ProgressBarPosition
Public Enum ProgressBarPosition

Members

Name Description
BottomLeft

The progress bar is positioned in the Document Viewer's bottom left corner.

BottomRight

The progress bar is positioned in the Document Viewer's bottom right corner.

Default

The progress bar is positioned in the Document Viewer's bottom left corner for left-to-right text direction, or in the bottom right corner for right-to-left text direction.

TopLeft

The progress bar is positioned in the Document Viewer's top left corner.

TopRight

The progress bar is positioned in the Document Viewer's top right corner.

Remarks

Use the WebDocumentViewer.DataContracts.ProgressBarSettings.Position property to position the progress bar in ASP.NET Core applications.

Use the WebDocumentViewer.WebDocumentViewerProgressBarSettings.Position property to position the progress bar in ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET WebForms applications.

Examples

The code sample below illustrates how to change the progress bar's position and reaction to web page scroll events in ASP.NET WebForms applications.

using DevExpress.XtraReports.UI;
using DevExpress.XtraReports.Web.WebDocumentViewer;
// ...

XtraReport1 report = new XtraReport1();
// Place the progress bar in the Document Viewer's bottom left corner.
ASPxWebDocumentViewer1.SettingsProgressBar.Position = ProgressBarPosition.BottomLeft;
// Make the progress bar stay within the visible area when users scroll a web page that contains the Document Viewer.
ASPxWebDocumentViewer1.SettingsProgressBar.KeepOnVisibleArea = true;
ASPxWebDocumentViewer1.OpenReport(report);

The code sample below illustrates how to change the progress bar's position and reaction to web page scroll events in ASP.NET MVC applications.

@Html.DevExpress().WebDocumentViewer(settings => {
    settings.Name = "WebDocumentViewer1";
    // Place the progress bar in the Document Viewer's bottom left corner.
    settings.SettingsProgressBar.Position = DevExpress.XtraReports.Web.WebDocumentViewer.ProgressBarPosition.TopLeft;
    // Make the progress bar stay within the visible area when users scroll a web page that contains the Document Viewer.
    settings.SettingsProgressBar.KeepOnVisibleArea = true;
    })
    .Bind(new DevExpress.XtraReports.UI.XtraReport()).GetHtml()

The code sample below illustrates how to change the progress bar's position and reaction to web page scroll events in ASP.NET Core applications.

@(Html
    .DevExpress()
    .WebDocumentViewer("DocumentViewer")
    .Height("1000px")
    .ProgressBarSettings(settings => {
        // Place the progress bar in the Document Viewer's bottom left corner.
        settings.Position = DevExpress.XtraReports.Web.WebDocumentViewer.ProgressBarPosition.BottomLeft;
        // Make the progress bar stay within the visible area when users scroll a web page that contains the Document Viewer.
        settings.KeepOnVisibleArea = false;
    })
    .Bind(Model.Report))
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