Download Report

Meet the Download Report system action.

Download Report system action is the system action that enables the report prepared with Kuika Report Designer to be downloaded to the device. Before using this action, you must have prepared at least one report with Report Designer on the platform.

In Kuika, you can create report designs through the Report Designer view mode and use the report designs you create in the application you developed. If you do not have a report or do not know how to create it, you can click on Report Designer and get detailed information.

Assuming there is a report you have created on Kuika, and to download this report, it is necessary to first call the report as output converted to base 64. Therefore, the GetReportBase64 system action must be added first. You can add the action from the Properties panel by clicking Actions → + Add Action → OnClick → DeviceGetReportBase64.

You need to select the name of the report to be downloaded in your GetReportBase64 action you added. Then you have to add the Download Report action.

Click +Add Action under the Properties panel.(A)

Click OnClick→ DeviceDownload Report and create the Download Report action.(A)

After selecting your report name, report is ready as output. To download this output the Download Report action should be used.

Within the created action, Symbol Picker (B) is used to select the parameter input method for the action.

For the created action to work, it is necessary to create the reportBase64 parameter. To create the parameter, click Symbol Picker and select Action Results → GetReportBase64.

The purpose here is to download the result of GetReportBase64.

You can perform various operations on the Context menu (C) for the actions you create.

You can easily copy the action with the Copy option. This way, you gain speed where action repetition is required.

You can add a confirmation message for the action to run using the Add Confirmation option.

Also, with the Add Condition feature, you can specify certain conditions under which the added action should execute.

You can easily delete the action created with the Remove option.

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