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|How do you modify SQL Server report embedded image file|
An embedded image will be included in the .rdl file as a binary
resource and you can usually see this at the very bottom of your .rdl
file when you view source. You should be able to load the report in
the ide and view the image.
The ImageData in the Embedded image is base64 of the image. So you
would need to convert from base64 string to the proper format. See
this link for an tool this guy made
|Visual Studio 2012 SQL Report Project - Use shared data source on report server|
A shared data source is shared between reports on the same Report
Server where the data source is.
In your case, you can create a new shared data source on your SSRS
Report Server, which links to the same Database(or whatever data
source type you're using) as the Shared Data Source that currently
exists on your companies' MS SSRS Report Server, and use that new
shared data source across the repo
|Blanket.js Report not showing a report with Mocha.js|
I had the same problem when I first tried that code base. I was able
to get it working by running the source against a local server, moving
the js files around, and deleting the mocha.run() line since
mocha-blanket.js handles running mocha. I used MAMP but you could also
use a simple python http server. I also decided to update the source
and use new versions taken from the blanketjs github.
|Adding screenshot to TestNG|
I noticed triple / at beginning and you didn't close <img>
Try following code:
String pathToScreen = "C:\User\User123\file.png";
String path = ("<img src="file://" + pathToScreen + ""
|How to change testNG Reporter.log() encoding to UTF-16|
Can you try Reporter#log(new String(s, "UTF-16"), level); in the API?
See String API for details.