@jan_blaha Is there a list of those modules anywhere and could I request accounting.js be added to that list? (robust little currency format handling library, would imagine every business would find it useful).
hi @ericxinzhang , maybe you can try to workaround the browser limitations by using renderAsync (which does not use a form POST request but uses a AJAX POST request) with window.open in the docs you can find a small example that uses renderAsync, maybe it will help with your case.
I'm having a similar problem where I cannot name reports. In my case each report name is some guid like '023bb970-81fc-4945-a5e9-622578a2a723'. I am new to using jsreportsonline and have never actually gotten a normal report name. In my case requests are being made from node using superagent (I also tried with axios but had the same result):
hi! if you change the recipe to just html and your template is using the jsreport variable it is expected that you get that error, the html-with-browser-client recipe adds the browser client sdk to the page (it is like inserting an <script src="/link/to/jsreport-browser-client-dist.js"></script> into the page), the browser client sdk is what makes the jsreport global variable available in the page/template, so if you are changing from html-with-browser-client to just html recipe and your template is using the jsreport variable you will get that error for the reason explained above, if you want you can download the browser sdk here and add it to your page manually if you want to stay with just html recipe.