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crystal report of label size is not printing correctly

Hi,

we have interated crystal report CR4E version with our application and facing 2 issue when i am generating crystal reports from application.

we are having a crystal report designed for label size.

1.

While generate the report from application with output as a pdf browser and print to label printer (DYMO Label Writer 400) all the records(for example:7) are getting printed in a single label .

when the same report is generated from crystal report software and print to label printer (DYMO prinetr 400) all the records (For example:7 records) it is printing each record per page (for example :7 pages).

2.

When i am generating crystal report of label size from my application and getting the binary data . When i am sending this binary data to a label printer(DYMO Label writer 400) i am getting an exception "printer's imageable width is too small".

i am using CR4E crystal report version and java 1.5 verison.The paper size of the label printer (DYMO label Writer 400)" 30252 Address"

can any one please help me on this issues.

Advacne thanks

Rajesh

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2012 at 03:39 PM

    Try the latest runtime: http://downloads.businessobjects.com/akdlm/crystalreportsforeclipse/2_0/crjava-runtime_12.2.213.zip

    Also, when you see the report exported as PDF in the browser, are you seeing all records\labels on 1 page or are they separated across several pages just like in CR Designer? How are you printing the report, using Adpbe print or printoutputcontroller.printreport?

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      Hi Aasavari Bhave,

      Thanks for your Quick Reply.

      <<Also, when you see the report exported as PDF in the browser, are you seeing all records\labels on 1 page or are they separated across several pages just like in CR Designer>>

      when i export the report all the records are seperated across several pages. i am using adobe print to print the report.

      <<How are you printing the report, using Adpbe print or printoutputcontroller.printreport?>>

      I am printing the report using in 2 different ways.

      1. Using adobe print

      I have designed the label report for 1.1 height and 3.5 width in crystal report designer. but when i generate the report with pdf browser as output the report height and width are 11.0 height and 8.50 width.

      2. Using printoutputcontroller

      I am printing the report directly from the application using printoutput controller . when i print using print output controller i am getting an exception "printer's imageable width is too small".

      My application is developed in java. Please help me to display this report in my application as per the page size I mentioned and also how can i avoid the exception "printer's imageable width is too small".

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2015 at 05:29 AM

    Hi,

    We are also having the same problem.

    When tries to print bar-code reports from the label printer it gives printer's imageable width is too small it does not print correctly.If can some one help it would be grate since this a major functional need for our side.

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