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Export format type

Hi Team,

In our project we were using old crystal reports and which had the option to export the report into different format like

5, commaSeparatedValues
1,_crystalReport
2, dataInterchange
27, excel70
28, excel70Tabular
29, excel80
30, excel80Tabular
10, paginatedText
31, portableDocFormat
3, recordStyle
35, richText
6, tabSeparatedValues
9, tabSeparatedText
8, text
14, wordForWindows
36, Constants._XML

But in current version I could not see the above formats and also its the index changed also like below

NoFormat = 0,
CrystalReport = 1,
RichText = 2,
WordForWindows = 3,
Excel = 4,
PortableDocFormat = 5,
HTML32 = 6,
HTML40 = 7,
ExcelRecord = 8,
Text = 9,
CharacterSeparatedValues = 10,
TabSeperatedText = 11,
EditableRTF = 12,
Xml = 13,
RPTR = 14,
ExcelWorkbook = 15,

So kindly help me how can we map old report export type to new one.

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2017 at 11:01 PM

    It's not a completely 1-to-1 mapping, and some of the new formats don't work the way the old ones do:

    NoFormat New Value: 0, Old Value: N/A
    CrystalReport New Value: 1, Old Value: 1
    RichText New Value: 2, Old Value: 35
    Word New Value: 3, Old Value: 14
    Excel (includes formatting) New Value: 4, Old Value: 27, 29
    PortableDocFormat New Value: 5, Old Value: 31
    HTML32 New Value: 6, Old Value: N/A
    HTML40 New Value: 7, Old Value: N/A
    Excel Data Only New Value: 8, Old Value: 28, 30
    Text New Value: 9, Old Value: 8
    CharacterSeparatedValues New Value: 10, Old Value: 5
    TabSeperatedText New Value: 11, Old Value: 6, 9
    EditableRTF New Value: 12, Old Value: 35
    Xml New Value: 13, Old Value: 36
    RPTR (Read-only Report New Value: 14, Old Value: N/A
    ExcelWorkbook (new XLSX format) New Value: 15, Old Value: N/A
    Doesn't exist: 2 - Data Interchange

    -Dell

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