10-04-2017 09:59 AM
I am generating a .rtf file with several pages. Among other Outputs there are graphics generated by the SGRENDER procedure (with modified templates) in this document. While developing the templates i always took a look in the HTML Viewer if they look how i want them to look. Once the result was satisfying i transfered the graphics in the RTF document. Following the difference in layout:
HTML Results Viewer
In the RTF file:
You can see that the linesize is different.... not how i defined it in the template. HOW can i modify the underlying Options which cause different linesizes on RTF file?
- does it have sth. to do with rtf-tag sets?
here is some code:
proc template; define statgraph temp_5_1; [.... several definitions ... ] discretelegend 'bar_5_1' 'timeline_5_1'/ LOCATION= INSIDE HALIGN = RIGHT VALIGN = TOP ACROSS = 1 opaque=false ; /* following is to determine which reference-lines to draw. */ referenceline x=2 / lineattrs=(color=black pattern = Dash THICKNESS=7 ) /*curvelabel="normal DE"*/ CURVELABELLOCATION = OUTSIDE CURVELABELPOSITION = MAX DISCRETEOFFSET=+0.5; referenceline x=3 / lineattrs=(color=black pattern = Dash THICKNESS=2 ) curvelabel="°" CURVELABELLOCATION = OUTSIDE CURVELABELPOSITION = MAX DISCRETEOFFSET=+0.5; endlayout; entryfootnote halign=right textattrs=(weight=bold size=8pt)"°Countries performing extended data-entry in Argus."; endgraph; end; run; PROC TEMPLATE; DEFINE STYLE dummy; PARENT = styles.rtf; STYLE body from document / protectspecialchars = off; STYLE table from output / bordertopstyle = NONE borderwidth = 0.025cm rules = NONE frame = VOID padding = 0.1cm cellpadding = 0cm /* width = 100% */ textalign = left; STYLE fonts / 'FixedFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt,bold) 'BatchFixedFont' = ("Times New Roman",6.7pt,bold) 'FixedHeadingFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt,bold) 'FixedStrongFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt,bold) 'FixedEmphasisFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt,bold) 'footFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt) 'docFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt) 'headingFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt,bold) 'headingEmphasisFont' = ("Times New Roman",10pt,bold) 'EmphasisFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt,bold) 'StrongFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt,bold) 'TitleFont2' = ("Times New Roman",9pt) 'TitleFont' = ("Times New Roman",9pt); STYLE color_list / 'bg' = white 'fg' = black 'bgH' = white 'link' = blue; END; RUN; FILENAME rtfout "Name.rtf" LRECL = 100000; ODS RESULTS = OFF; /*ODS LISTING CLOSE;*/ ODS TAGSETS.rtfDS_CSPV_tag FILE = rtfout UNIFORM /* NOGTITLE*/ NOGFOOTNOTE OPTIONS(TOC_DATA= "ON" CONTENTS = "YES" SECT= "NONE"); OPTIONS NOQUOTELENMAX; [viel viel code] /*erzeugen der Grafik*/ ods graphics on / height=11cm; proc sgrender data=WORK.LsoAf_grouped_s template=temp_5_1; dynamic [....]; run; ODS _ALL_ CLOSE;
Maybe it's the part with the Dummy template? How can i change the Option defining the line-styles of the graph?
Thank you in advance & best regards,
10-04-2017 10:43 AM
I don't see anyplace in that code where you are specifying the use of the style dummy.
By default each output destination defaults to a different style and without something like
Ods html style=styles.dummy;
ods tagsets.rtfDS_CSPV_tag style=styles.dummy;
the default ODS style for the destination will be used.
Also the line thickness attribute when a unit of measure is not used will default to different measures depending on ODS destination.
You might try setting a unit like PT or cm for the line attribute so each destination has a chance of having the same thickness.