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Change Font Color in Report Output

Glenn Watkins (8830) | asked Nov 02 '16, 4:25 a.m.


We are using DOORS-NG 6.0.2

Is it possible to change the font colour of the headings when generating a report output of a module?

Thanking you in advance

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Subramanya Prasad Pilar (3.9k14) | answered Nov 03 '16, 9:39 a.m.
You have 3 options.
A. Change the style definition as mentioned by Nate Decker. Here are the steps to modify the Word template (stylesheet):
1. Go to the folder <jazzteamserverhome>\server\conf\rm\reporting\initialization\templates\word
2. Take a back up copy of printModuleBook.doc (and place it to a different folder. Do not leave it in <jazzteamserverhome>\server\conf\rm\reporting\initialization\templates\word folder.
3. Modify the Word template as per your requirement.
4. Open https://<clmserver>:9443/rm/publish/initialize in browser.
5. After this, you should see your changes in the document generated.

B. Run a Word macro that changes the font color for Headings - DNG can run Word macros once the document generation is complete. Please refer

C. Modify the RPE template (.dta file under <jazzteamserverhome>\server\conf\rm\reporting\initialization\templates\rrdg) that is used for document generation. You can just set red color through Properties->Font->Color. You need RPE (Rational Publishing Engine Studio) for this.
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Glenn Watkins commented Nov 10 '16, 3:19 a.m.

 Hi Subramanya

Thanks for taking the time to assist me with this, after making the necessary changes to the printModuleBook.doc do i replace it in the folder and restart the server to pick up the new changes?

Will this support putting the company logo into the template too?

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Subramanya Prasad Pilar commented Nov 10 '16, 3:49 a.m. | edited Nov 10 '16, 3:50 a.m.

Yes. You can put company logo in Word document (printModuleBook.doc).

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Nate Decker (37812856) | answered Nov 02 '16, 10:50 a.m.
One way to do this would be to change the style definition of the headings in the Word document style sheet. If you are using an out-of-the-box report though, you might want to fork a new version of it to preserve the baseline functionality.

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