GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 18.6 Release Notes

Major Features

This release comes up with the support of null-conditional operators in template expressions and a number of improvements in working with charts.

Full List of Features Covering all Changes in this Release

KeySummaryCategory
ASSEMBLYNET-70 Support dynamic coloring of chart series and individual series points for email messages with HTML and RTF bodies  Feature
ASSEMBLYNET-76 Support C# 6.0 null-conditional ?. and ?[] operators in template expressions Feature
ASSEMBLYNET-77 Preserve the color of an of-pie chart split slice when using dynamic chart series coloring for Word Processing documentsEnhancement 
ASSEMBLYNET-78 Preserve the font of a chart title while changing its text dynamically in emails Enhancement 
ASSEMBLYNET-79 Preserve the static color of a chart series when dynamically filling it with data in emails Enhancement 

Public API and Backward Incompatible Changes

Support dynamic coloring of chart series

For a chart with dynamic data, you can set colors of chart series dynamically based upon expressions. To use the feature, do the following steps:

  • Declare a chart with dynamic data in the usual way

  • For chart series to be colored dynamically, define corresponding color expressions in names of these series using seriesColor tags having the following syntax:

    <<seriesColor [color_expression]>>
    

Support dynamic coloring of chart series points

For a chart with dynamic data, you can set colors of individual chart series points dynamically based upon expressions. To use the feature, do the following steps:

  • Declare a chart with dynamic data in the usual way

  • For chart series with points to be colored dynamically, define corresponding color expressions in names of these series using pointColor tags having the following syntax:

    <<pointColor [color_expression]>>
    

Support C# 6.0 null-conditional ?. and ?[] operators in template expressions 

The following are the new operators that LINQ Reporting Engine enables you to use in template expressions:

  • x?.y  
  • a?[x]  

The engine follows operator precedence, associativity, and overload resolution rules declared at C# Language Specification while evaluating template expressions.

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