Our reporting tool comes with the Toolbar, which gives you access to the most useful features. This article explains how to use the Toolbar.

Show the Toolbar

By default, the Toolbar is hidden in WebDataRocks.

To show the Toolbar, specify the toolbar: true parameter when creating a WebDataRocks instance:

let pivot = new WebDataRocks({
    container: "#wdr-component",
    toolbar: true

Hide the Toolbar

If you want your component to be shown without the Toolbar, you can remove toolbar: true from your code or set the toolbar parameter to false:

let pivot = new WebDataRocks({
	container: "#wdr-component",
	toolbar: false

Available functionality

The Toolbar consists of the following tabs:

Use this tab for connecting to your data source: JSON or CSV.
Choose it to open locally or remotely saved reports.
Allows saving of your current configuration of WebDataRocks into a local JSON file.
This tab can print the current content or export it into various formats.
Choose Format to format numbers or add conditional formatting.
Use Options to show/hide totals or switch between classic, compact and flat table.
Choose this tab to select which data is shown in rows, columns, and measures.
Switches WebDataRocks to the fullscreen mode. To exit fullscreen, press Esc.

Adjust the Toolbar to your needs

You can customize the standard view and functionality of the Toolbar: add new tabs, remove the ones you don’t need for your web reporting process. If you are interested in such an option, follow this tutorial: Customize the Toolbar.

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