report : style
 
style
Use this command configure the report styles. Report styles help you configure font, paragraph and page properties of your reports. For example you can set the font type, size and color as well as page background color and page margins. You can select a style from a pre-defined list or you can create your own report style. Once you have all style parameters set, you can save it and use it on any reports. You can use the following options to customize or create report styles.
Syntax
config report style
edit <style name>
set options {font | text | color | align | size | margin | border | padding | column}
set font-family {Verdana | Arial | Helvetica | Courier | Times}
set font-style {normal|italic}
set font-weight {normal | bold}
set font-size {xx‑small | x‑small | small | medium | large | x‑large | xx‑large} | 5-28
set line-height <integer | percentage>
set fg-color {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>}
set bg-color {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>}
set align {left | center | right | justify}
set height <integer | percentage>
set width <integer | percentage>
set margin-top <integer>
set margin-bottom <integer>
set margin-left <integer>
set margin-right <integer>
set border-top <topwidth_int> {none | dotted | dashed | solid} {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>}
set border-bottom <bottomwidth_int> {none | dotted | dashed | solid} {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>}
set border-left <leftwidth_int> {none | dotted | dashed | solid} {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>
set border-right <rightwidth_int> {none | dotted | dashed | solid} {aqua | black | blue| fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>
set padding-top <integer>
set padding-bottom <integer>
set padding-left <integer>
set padding-right <integer>
set column-span {none|all}
set column-gap <integer>
end
Variable
Description
Default
edit <style name>
Enter the name of an existing style or a new name. Press ? to view the list of existing styles.
 
options {font | text | color | align | size | margin | border | padding | column}
Select report style feature for customization. For example, set font allows you to customize font properties.
 
font-family {Verdana | Arial | Helvetica | Courier | Times}
Select one of the pre-defined font families for the current report style.
 
font-style {normal|italic}
Select the style of the font.
normal
font-weight {normal | bold}
Select the weight of the font.
normal
font-size {xx‑small | x‑small | small | medium | large | x‑large | xx‑large} | 5-28
Select one of the pre-defined font size options or enter a number between 5 and 28 which sets the font size in pixels.
 
line-height <integer | percentage>
Set the line height in pixels or percentage. For example 10 or 120%.
 
fg-color {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>}
Select the foreground color from one of the pre-defined colors or enter 6 digit hex color code. For example 0033CC is for blue.
 
bg-color {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>}
Select the background color from one of the pre-defined colors or enter 6 digit hex color code. For example FF0000 is for red.
 
align {left | center | right | justify}
Select one of the text alignment options.
left
height <integer | percentage>
Enter the height of the report in pixels or percentage. For example 10 or 120%.
 
width <integer | percentage>
Enter the height of the report in pixels or percentage. For example 10 or 120%.
 
margin-top <integer>
Enter the top margin size in pixels.
 
margin-bottom <integer>
Enter the bottom margin size in pixels.
 
margin-left <integer>
Enter the left margin size in pixels.
 
margin-right <integer>
Enter the right margin size in pixels.
 
border-top <topwidth_int> {none | dotted | dashed | solid} {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>}
Enter the top border width in pixels followed by the border style and the border color. Border color can be entered by name or 6 digit hex color code.
none
border-bottom <bottomwidth_int> {none | dotted | dashed | solid} {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>}
Enter the bottom border width in pixels followed by the border style and the border color. Border color can be entered by name or 6 digit hex color code.
none
border-left <leftwidth_int> {none | dotted | dashed | solid} {aqua | black | blue | fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>
Enter the left border width in pixels followed by the border style and the border color. Border color can be entered by name or 6 digit hex color code.
none
border-right <rightwidth_int> {none | dotted | dashed | solid} {aqua | black | blue| fuchsia | gray | green | lime | maroon | navy | olive | purple | red | silver | teal | white | yellow | <color‑value>
Enter the right border width in pixels followed by the border style and the border color. Border color can be entered by name or 6 digit hex color code.
none
padding-top <integer>
Enter the top padding size in pixels.
 
padding-bottom <integer>
Enter the bottom padding size in pixels.
 
padding-left <integer>
Enter the left padding size in pixels.
 
padding-right <integer>
Enter the right padding size in pixels.
 
column-span {none|all}
Select all for span across all columns or none for no span
none
column-gap <integer>
Enter the column gap size in pixels.