The following describes the property settings available.
CSV default separator
Defines the default separator, that should be used for the output.
CSV write column name into first row
Defines whether to write the column names of the data row into the first row.
Excel output set paper size
Defines the Paper that should be used in the excel print setup. If no paper is defined, a suitable paper will be selected automatically.
Excel output set paper orientation
Defines the Paper that should be used in the excel print setup. If no paper is defined, an suitable paper will be selected automatically. Valid values are "Landscape" or "Portrait"
Defines the encoding for the HTML.
HTML body fragment only
Defines whether to define a body fragment only. This removes the header and body tags and makes it easy to include the generated content in own pages.
HTML, XHTML 1.0 or HTML 4.0 format
Defines whether to generate XHTML1.0 or HTML4.0 content.
HTML default title
Defines the default title for generated HTML documents.
HTML set author
Defines a author for generated HTML documents.
HTML set empty cells to use CSS
Defines, whether empty cells will be controlled using CSS. If this is set to true, the Table gets the style property "empty-cells: show" assigned and the otherwise required no-break-space entities will no longer be generated.
The Internet Explorer is not able to use correct CSS2 yet. Thus, the default is set to "false".
This is a local configuration setting an can be enabled in the report.
HTML image size in Points or Pixels
Defines, whether image sizes should be given in device independent Point unit (1/72 inch) or in pixels (which is device dependent and makes it hard to predict the final size in the HTML-Page.
The default is pixels, false.
HTML table carrier a border definition
Defines, whether table rows should carry a border definition (in addition to the cell definitions). This is a workaround for a layout bug in the Mozilla browser family.
HTML Table, use proportional column widths
Enables the use of proportional column widths instead of static ones. The resulting table will have a width of 100% and the columns will have the proportional equivalent of their static widths as width.
PDF set author
The author string of the document.
PDF set title
The title of the document.
Defines PDF encoding for report.
PDF embed fonts
Defines whether to embed fonts in the generated PDF. This will result in larger PDF files, but makes sure that all characters are displayed properly.
The PDF Version that should be created. Valid values are "1.2", "1.3","1.4" or "1.5"
PDF Security, Allow Copy
Defines, whether the PDF Security setting allows copying of the document's
contents by default. PDF Security flags are only used with security enabled and a password set.
PDF Security, Allow Printing
Defines, whether the PDF Security setting allows printing of the document's
contents by default
PDF Security, Allow Modifying Contents
Defines, whether the PDF Security setting allows modifying of the document by default.
PDF Security, Allow Modifying Annotations
Defines, whether the PDF Security setting allows document annotations by default.
PDF Security, Allow Fill-in of Document Forms
Defines, whether the PDF Security setting allows the fill-in of document forms (input fields etc).
PDF Security, Allow access for screenreaders
Defines, whether the PDF Security setting allows access for screen readers by default. Although this could make it easier to grab the contents your PDF document, enabling this property will allow blind people to access your content. It is usually a good idea to always enable this property.
PDF Security, Allows reassembly of document
Defines, whether the PDF Security setting allows reassembly of the document by default.
PDF Security, Allow low quality printing
Defines, whether the PDF Security setting allows low quality printing of the document's contents by default.
PDF Security, Encrypt
Defines whether the PDF file should be encrypted by default. Set this to "none" "40bit" or "128bit". Access restrictions have no effect if the document is not encrypted, and not all security settings are active on 40-Bit encryption.
40 bit encryption
128 bit encryption
Specifying passwords in the property file can introduce a security risk. Do not use these settings on the client side or in unprotected (world-readable) server environments. In these cases use other means of defining the password.
PDF Security, Password
The default user password for the document. Users are able to access the document within the defined security restrictions.
PDF Security, Owner
The default owner password for the document. The owner has all permissions on the document and will be able to change the security settings.