During a web demonstration of the Rule Manager I had to go for a full OS reboot. Not very pretty for a product demonstration. What happened? Not really sure, but it seems that the latest version of Adobe Acrobat (8.1.0) started to lock the generated Rule PDF report.
Few days later I started to get the forced updates from Adobe. Considering I have many VM installations to test all different platforms and configurations, you can imagine I'm not too happy with these forced downloads.
Finally the free PDF viewer started to contain advertisement to FedEx. These 'convenient' link buttons are always a big annoyance to me.
It was time to provide an alternative to the PDF format. The latest release of the Rule Manager (22.214.171.124) supports now the Microsoft XPS as an alternative.
The good part of this is that an XPS viewer comes pre-installed on Microsoft Vista. I'm not really sure if it is part of .NET 3.0 framework, but on my XP SP2 box I could use the XPS viewer as well.
Currently the Adobe PDF format is still the default report format, but you can easily change that (and we will store your preferences in your user settings)
The main shortcoming I currently see with the XPS viewer is that you can not rotate a page.
Here are the results:
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