HTML Device Information Settings
The following table lists the device information settings for rendering in HTML format.
Indicates whether to render with additional accessibility metadata for use with screen readers. The additional accessibility metadata causes the rendered report to be compliant with the following technical standards in the "Web-based Intranet and Internet Information and Applications" section (1194.22) of the Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards (Section 508) document:
This parameter is only applicable to reports that contain simple table or matrix structures with simple grouping. The default value is false.
This parameter is supported in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, but not in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007.
The bookmark ID to jump to in the report.
Indicates whether to show or hide the report document map. The default value of this parameter is true.
Indicates whether the report should be enclosed in a table structure which constricts horizontal size.
The text to search for in the report. The default value of this parameter is an empty string.
Gets a particular icon for the HTML Viewer user interface.
Indicates whether an HTML fragment is created in place of a full HTML document. An HTML fragment includes the report content in a TABLE element and omits the HTML and BODY elements. The default value is false. If you are rendering to HTML using the Render method of the SOAP API, you need to set this device information to true if you are rendering a report with images. Rendering using SOAP with the HTMLFragment property set to true creates URLs containing session information that can be used to properly request images. The images must be uploaded resources in the report server database.
The target for hyperlinks in the report. You can target a window or frame by providing the name of the window, like LinkTarget=window_name, or you can target a new window using LinkTarget=_blank. Other valid target names include _self, _parent, and _top.
Indicates whether to render with extra metadata that makes the report look better in Outlook. The default value is false.
Indicates that only shared styles for currently rendered page are generated.
Indicates whether to show or hide the parameters area of the toolbar. If you set this parameter to a value of true, the parameters area of the toolbar is displayed. The default value of this parameter is true.
When used with HTMLFragment, adds the specified prefix to all ID attributes in the HTML fragment that is created.
The string to prepend to all drillthrough, toggle, and bookmark links in the report when rendered outside of the ReportViewer control. For example, this is used for redirecting a user’s click to a custom page.
The page number of the report to render. A value of 0 indicates that all sections of the report are rendered. The default value is 1.
The path used for prefixing the value of the src attribute of the IMG element in the HTML report returned by the report server. By default, the report server provides the path. You can use this setting to specify a root path for the images in a report (for example, http://<servername>/resources/companyimages).
Indicates whether styles and scripts are created as a separate stream instead of in the document. The default value is false.
Indicates whether to show or hide the toolbar. The default of this parameter is true. If the value of this parameter is false, all remaining options (except the document map) are ignored. If you omit this parameter, the toolbar is automatically displayed for rendering formats that support it.
The Report Viewer toolbar is rendered when you use URL access to render a report. The toolbar is not rendered through the SOAP API. However, the Toolbar device information setting affects the way that the report is displayed when using the SOAP Render method. If the value of this parameter is true when using SOAP to render to HTML, only the first section of the report is rendered. If the value is false, the entire HTML report is rendered as a single HTML page.
The user-agent string of the browser that is making the request, which is found in the HTTP request.
The report zoom value as an integer percentage or a string constant. Standard string values include Page Width and Whole Page. This parameter is ignored by versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer earlier than Internet Explorer 5.0 and all non-Microsoft browsers. The default value of this parameter is 100.