Download QRDesign 1.510.0 for QR6 / RAD 10.3 Rio Win32/64

QRDesign 1.510.0 for QR6 / RAD 10.3 Rio Win32/64

QRDesign 1.510.0 for QR6 / RAD 10.3 Rio Win32/64
QRDesign 1.510.0 for QR6 / RAD 10.3 Rio Win32/64

QuickReport is a banded report generator written in 100% Delphi code that integrates very closely with Delphi and C++Builder. Design reports within the Delphi/C++ Builder IDE using the form designer as a report designer.

Basic Features
Report Designing – QuickReport is a banded report generator written in Delphi. Integrated very closely with Delphi and C++Builder, reports are designed in the Delphi IDE, using the IDE form designer as a report designer.
Data connectivity – Quickreport can use any data component descended from the VCL TDataset class. The abstract table component provides a means to access any data that can be seen by Delphi or C++Builder while retaining all report features.
Output modes – reports may be sent directly to a printer, saved in document format for later viewing, or saved as HTML, PDF, XML, CSV, XL, WMF or ASCII format. HTML and PDF may be streamed for fileless output.

Features In Detail
Standard preview Thumbnails and text search
MemoryLimit property of TQRPrinterSettings enables suppression of temporary files. Temporary files will be created if more memory is required than set. The PDF and HTML export filters do not create temporary files
PrintQuality, Collate and Colour printer settings are in the report printer settings and the QRPrinterSetup dialogue box
Composite report upgrade enables exporting. TCompositeReport has an ExportToFilter method for use with the PDF, HTML XML and XL filters
Frames and background exports have been implemented. Band and control frames and backgrounds will be exported
Export Filters can concatenate reports; PDF, HTML and XLS filters will take several reports
The Direct print for metafil method may be called to send a saved report directly to the selected printer. Printer settings are respected and take precedence over internal report settings when possible
Abstract dataset (Table) enables reports to be designed around a set of fields. Data to the fields can be fed in an event that is called when the dataset advances. Reports behave exactly as with a usual dataset
XML/XSLT export filter outputs the document (not the data) as a browser viewable XML/XSLT document. A stylesheet for browser viewing is supplied
Transparent bands and background image property is a QRImage control placed on the report (not on a band). The control remains invisible but its bitmap is painted onto each page before other printing. Bands may be set to Transparent to stop them over-painting the background
Memo and RichText routines calculate the expanded height of a band and is is possible to stop bands breaking across pages without writing code
RichText controls export to PDF, XML and HTML as images
PDF filter enables TrueType fonts to be embedded, does not make temporary files and has a corresponding control that integrates with the preview
The HTML (Web) filter produces smaller files and has properties to fix image linking difficulties and to improve the page-to-page links
PDF, HTML and XML filters on palette and in preview controls integrate into the preview save menu when put on a form.
In QRP6 new web controls enable customizable web viewer designs.
In QRP6 new server library provides a QuickReport object which can execute reports from the .dfm file as well as handling report events.

QuickReport and Unicode
Programmers working in RAD studio have a default unicode string type, so code written using these IDEs can be made unicode compatible. QRP has been adapted to take advantage of this and reports with unicode are supported. In earlier versions of Delphi and C++Builder, QR502 has two extra controls that support the wide character format, which can store UTF-16. The PDF functionality in Quickreport Pro does not use Unicode. We recommend developers needing this to purchase additional software from Gnostice

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