This document describes how to use bookmarks for mapping the report elements’ hierarchy to the Document Map that is displayed in a Print Preview, and speeds up the navigation through complex reports.

The example below is based on the following report:

This report displays products that are grouped by the CategoryName field.

The following image illustrates the resulting report with a hierarchical Document Map. Clicking any bookmark navigates the Print Preview to the document section containing the associated element.

Use the following steps to generate a Documnet Map in your grouped report.

  • Select the label placed in the Group Header band and switch to the Expressions panel. Click the Bookmark property’s ellipsis button, and in the invoked Expression Editor, select the CategoryName data field.
  • In the same way, select the label in the Detail band and bind its Bookmark property to the ProductName data field.

    Most of the reporting controls (for example, Table, TableCell, CheckBox, etc.) support the Bookmark property.
  • Set the same label’s Parent Bookmark property to the label in the group band. This arranges bookmarks into a parent-child structure reflecting the report elements’ hierarchy in the Document Map.
  • Select the report itself and assign text to its Bookmark property to determine the root node’s caption in the Document Map.

    The root bookmark displays the report name if you do not specify this property.
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Last modified: Sep 16, 2019


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