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ActiveReports 13.2 Release

We are happy to announce the release of ActiveReports 13.2. This release includes several new features and enhancements.

If you haven't already updated to ActiveReports 13.2, please use the link below to download your copy. If you are a current ActiveReports 13 user, this is a FREE update for you.

Download ActiveReports 13.2

New ActiveReports Features:

Improved CSV Data Provider

Wouldn't it be nice to be able to link to CSV data via a URL? This way, you don't have to get a fresh copy of it every time your data changes. The updated data will be brought into your report as soon as the report renders. To make this happen, we've added the ability to load CSV data from a URL in Page and RDL reports. This makes using dynamic CSV data, or data stored in a central location, much easier.

JSViewer Enhancements

When running a project, JSViewer creates certain temporary folders for report rendering. Once the application page is closed, the temporary files are deleted.

Another feature added to JSViewer, to help with efficient layout, is getting page info for the page in which the JSViewer is hosted.

The info is presented the following format:

`<! { width:6480, height:2160, delayedContent: False }-->`

SVG Images and PDF Export

We've implemented several small enhancements around high resolution SVG images to deliver a big difference. These enhancements include improved memory consumption when rendering reports with high res images and reducing PDF output size by almost 50%.

Improved CSV Export

We received some requests to enhance our CSV Rendering Extension to export to CSV without headers. To fulfill that request we added a "NoHeader" boolean property to the rendering extension that can be configured in the UI or set in code as follows:

`if (exportType == "Csv") settings["NoHeader"]="true";`

For more details on this latest release and to see details of what's new, see our documentation page.

For a list of bug fixes, see our Forum page.

Mateen Firoz

Mateen Firoz

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