Report Log and PDF properties can be adapted to suit custom needs with InetSoft's reporting software - a robust platform that allows for localization. View the information below to learn more about the Style Intelligence solution.
Please see section 'Advanced Log Configuration'. For customizing log detail levels and log message formats.
True to send output to the stderr.
Log file path.
Number specifying the logging level, as follows: Finest (fine-grained performance information), Fine (debugging messages), Info (non-critical information messages), Warning (non-fatal errors and critical messages), Severe (fatal errors).
The maximum number of lines to return when the 'All' option is selected on the 'Log View' page.
The number of lines to display on the log page.
PDF properties include specifications relating to reports generated in PDF format. See PDF Generation for related properties in Enterprise Manager.
True to generate only ASCII output in the PDF file. No ASCII data is encoded to seven bit data.
True to compress all image data.
True to compress all text data.
Map symbol characters to symbol fonts. This is required if symbol characters are used in reports.
Font mapping from Java font to fonts used in PDF. It is a semi-colon separated pairs of font names. Each pair is separated by a colon, e.g., 'MS Hei:HeiseiKakuGo-W5-Acro;MS Song:Song-Acro'. See also CJK Fonts.
True to make the PDF reader use the application default for the 'Page Scaling' print option. False to use 'None'
True to embed the font in the generated PDF file.
True to embed the cmap in the generated PDF file.
True to have bookmarks immediately displayed when the generated PDF files are opened in Adobe Acrobat.
True to have thumbnails immediately displayed when the generated PDF files are opened in Adobe Acrobat.
True to create hyperlinks in the resulting PDF file. False to turn off hyperlink generation and speed up the pdf generation process.
TrueType font directories.
TrueType to use truetype fonts as specified in the directories in font.truetype.path.
Type 1 AFM file directories.
Cmap file directories. Only used when processing CJK characters.
A list of ratios used to adjust horizontal character spacing. This is mostly used when the font width information is different between Java and PDF. The ratio can be used to adjust the spacing so that the generated PDF matches the actual font size used in PDF viewers. It is a list of semi-colon separated ratios. Each ratio is specified by a font name and, optionally, a font style, followed by the ratio, e.g., MS Hei:1.1;Algerian-bolditalic:1.02.
Similar to font.ratio.x, but is applied to the font vertical spacing.
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