[#12501] - Bar Report With eye.candy.sixties theme

Category:
Bug report
Priority:
Urgent
Status:
Feedback Requested
Project: Severity:
Critical
Resolution:
Fixed
Component: Reproducibility:
Always
Assigned to:
0

When a bar chart is created and previewed with eye.candy.sixties theme the legend is showing all the colors with respective items but when it is downloaded the legends first colour is missing. Please check

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#1
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PDF icon bardatatest_2019_12_17_17_57_28.pdf3.36 KB
#2

Attached the report for better understanding

#3
  • Status:New» Feedback Requested
  • Assigned:nobody» ameyers@tibco.com
#4
  • Assigned:ameyers@tibco.com» shertage
#5

Hi,
the attached sample pdf does not contain any chart. Please post the jrxml sample along with a pdf that contains the chart, if possible.
Thank you,
Sanda

#6

Oops Sorry shertage. I will be attaching the right pdf doc and the jrxml file as well now

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PDF icon cherry_8.pdf103.73 KB
#7

This is the jrxml file.

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Binary Data pillitest_2020_1_13_16_58_43.jrxml6.73 KB
#8

Thank you, now it's all clear. Do you see this issue also when the report is exported to other formats, such as HTML, DOCX or PPTX?

In case the issue appears in PDF only, it might be related to gradient colors used in eye.candy.sixties theme, which are not always properly exported with iText library when chart render type = draw. There are 2 workarounds here:

- Use eye.candy.sixties theme with chart render type = svg or image only
or
- Use chart themes with simple colors (such as aegean or default) with chart render type = draw, svg or image

Please let us know if these workarounds solve the problem for you.
Thank you,
Sanda

#9
  • Resolution:Open» Fixed
#10

Hi, I know that when I change the renederer to svg it works and it actually did work and this issue is not observed when it is exported to other types. But, for this I have to include some extra dependencies in my maven project which increases the size of the war.

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