Try to inject IJsReportMVCService into your controller and use its RenderViewAsync to invoke particular view rendering at any place in your action and perform the rest of your code including redirect afterwards.
Thank you for the info.
We've done recently some changes to jsreport to make it running in the windows based azure app service.
However the main limitation which persists there is that it doesn't support custom fonts in the phantom based pdf.
At least as far as I know.
unfortunately not, I think my problem needs to deep considerations, and temporary I've disabled some reports, because could not wait for a suitable solution.
But I must come back to the issue as soon as possible and I share the results.
hi! i think this is not supported at the moment, mostly because the xlsx extension just output files with .xlsx after that probably macros format can be added to the xlsx template, but i'm not 100% sure about that because i don't know how excel with macros xml format look like. let's see if we can do some research and see if it is easy to implement it in the current xlsx recipe. if you are willing to experiment another option for you can be to look at the code of xlsx-recipe and try to tweak it to add the support for xlsm files, basically making your own custom recipe based on xlsx recipe code.