I’m stuck trying to get this to work. I’ve tried even using the same sort of logic that the Microsoft Report Viewer has and I can’t get it to work. Any help would be appreciated.
Here is a link to the project
we extended your code so that the designer now loads as expected. See attached sample.
You’ll need a new version of our ASP.NET wrapper control from which the Stimulsoft implementation for Wisej is derived. Watch the builds page on our website, it will be part of the next devbuild we publish.
Hi Frank, found the solution for this.
i forgot to add this in the web.config
<add assembly=”Stimulsoft.Report.MobileDesign, Version=2017.2.2.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=ebe6666cba19647a”/>
<add name=”Wisej” type=”Wisej.Core.HttpModule, Wisej.Core”/>
<add name=”WisejAspNetControl” type=”Wisej.Web.Ext.AspNetControl.HttpModule, Wisej.Web.Ext.AspNetControl” />
just checked and the events are firing ok here.
Can you please share some more details ? What Wisej version are you using ?
Which events did you try ?
Thanks in advance.
I’ve checked your example and its working very nice.
there is a problem while firing Events , its seems not working..
in the OnInit method there are some events attach , but they are not firing..
It is working now. The wrapper for the report viewer actually works now without having to do anything other then creating this class
public partial class WebReportViewer : Wisej.Web.Ext.AspNetControl.AspNetWrapper<Stimulsoft.Report.Web.StiWebViewer>
I’m going to take a look later on today.