Thanks for your response.
I have PDf'd the report from QlikView and attached it as an image so that you can see what we are aiming to achieve. In truth it's not that bad but the sparkline doesn't seem to render properly and there doesn't seem to be a way of changing the line weight, etc.
We would like to recreate this in nPrinting but without a lot of development time. Do you think this is possible?
PS. We have 17.3 just to clarify - I got it wrong on my first post.
Id say thats a pretty good report to send as it is. The sparkline by its nature is not going to be that sharp. if you cannot get it frmating better in Qlikview NPrinitng isnt going to do it for you. It just reproduces whats there unless you bring across the raw data into excel for example and want to create your own excel based charts.
I would personally go with what you have if not you could consider this possible solution:
If you want more clarity on whats going on in your spark line perhaps you could look to create a separate line chart with the detail you require in it in Qlik View and then use levels in NPrinting to insert it into your report at a Metric level as the detail under your summary report.
Pros: you get the detail you want for little dev effort.
Cons: it will make your report bulkier to digest and longer to produce due to the extra level.
Hope this helps
I am little bit surprised with what you are saying about QlikView in built reporting. It renders charts and tables much better than NPrinitng will do say in EXCEL template, and c'mon - It is very easy to use.
regarding your question - I would go for entity report in NPrinitng 17 and would simply use SheetID as my object - that would enable me to use NPrinitng and distribute whole QlikView sheet as an image.