A Full Suite of Data Visualization Controls

With the full power of ActiveReports, the End-User Report Designer for Web offers users the functionality to create virtually any report they can think of. Users can create periodic letters, regulatory forms, invoices, financial portfolios, rich cross-tab, or pivot table reports, all in the same web designer.

.NET Ad-Hoc Report Designer for Web Creating Charts, Data Fields


Visualize trends and analyze data with 35+ different chart types. With advanced built-in features such as drill through, links, filtering, and parameters, users can better understand and predict current and future trends.

.NET End-User Report Designer for Web Table With Columns and Rows


Use a Table item to visualize detailed data, organize with multi-level groups, sorting, and filtering. Then take it a step further with embedded links, nested controls, and parameters.

.NET Ad hoc Report Designer Featuring pivot


Tablix, a Table and Matrix hybrid, is an advanced control for creating pivot tables. Layout possibilities range from simple tables to complex matrices including multiple adjacent or child row and column groups. The built-in wizard adds an elegant layer of simplicity.

.NET End-User Report Designer Barcode Data Visualization


With over 120 symbologies supported, along with their related add-on codes, your barcode needs are covered. Apart from the barcode style, you can manage the alignment, direction, foreground and background color, caption position, and much more. Bind with an expression or value of a field to the barcode Value property.

.NET Ad-Hoc Report Designer Subreport


The SubReport report item lets you display one .NET report inside another. Subreports are used when you need to show disparate data in a single data region, such as a Table or Tablix, or when you will re-use the same report in multiple locations.

.NET Ad-Hoc Report Designer Creating Sparklines


Sparklines are a great way to give a quick graphical representation of numerical or statistical data without axes. Choose to represent your data as Line, Column, Whisker, Area, or StackedBar type.

.NET Ad-Hoc Reporting Designer for Web Table of Content

Table of Contents

The Table Of Contents report control is used to display an organized hierarchy of the report heading levels and labels and their page numbers in a report body. The Table Of Contents control allows you to quickly understand and navigate the data inside a report in all viewers supported in ActiveReports.

Bullet graph .NET End-User Report Designer for Web


The Bullet report control is an easy-to-read linear gauge that is an excellent alternative to using a data visualization dashboard. Combine multiple Bullets into a data region to show single values side by side. You can orient Bullets horizontally or vertically and put them together as a stack to analyze several data dimensions at once.

Data Visualization .NET End-User Report Designers Formatted Text

Formatted Text

Embed HTML text in your .NET and .NET Core reports using ActiveReports FormattedText control. As a versatile reporting control, Formatted Text is frequently used to create mail merge reports. With design time rendering, you can create true WYSIWYG outputs.

.NET End-User Report Designer BandedList at Design Time


The BandedList data region is a collection of free-form bands. It is composed of three bands (header, footer, and detail) with optional grouping built-in. Nested report controls in the detail band repeat for every row of data. The header and footer rows render once at the beginning and end of the BandedList and are a good place for titles and grand totals.

.NET End-User Report Designer for Web Images


An image report item is used to display graphics, pictures, and logos in a report. The image can be displayed directly from the database, link, or an embedded image. The control can be used as a standalone report item, or nested within another control.

.NET End-User Report Designer for Web acroforms


Creating editable PDFs is easy with ActiveReports' InputField control. Quickly generate PDF forms by setting the InputField control's "Type" property to either Text or Checkbox

Intuitive and Easy-to-Use Ad Hoc Report Design

Familiar User Interface

We built the End-User Report Designer to look like familiar word processing web applications with additional data-driven features. This makes the learning curve shallower and provides a welcoming environment where even novice users are happy to design reports.

It's All About the Report

We tuned the user experience to focus on the report design surface. This gives users the maximum space for dragging, dropping, resizing, and laying out the report controls and data regions. Frequently used features are just a click away, while one-time setup configurations take a back seat.

Multi-Use Property Panel

By default, the property panel shows the most commonly modified properties. Selecting 'Show Advanced Properties' from the "Properties Mode" button reveals the complete set of properties for each control. This means non-technical users aren't overwhelmed, while advanced users have the full range of powerful design capabilities at their fingertips.

.NET Reporting Designer for Web Backgrounds and Borders

Web-Based End-User Report Designer for Every User

We built the ActiveReports End-User Web Designer with all users in mind. It brings online report creation to everyone using just a web browser.

The Non-Technical Business User

The intuitive user interface and familiar toolsets are designed to welcome users to the occasional modification or complete redesign of existing reports to answer their immediate business questions.

The Casual Technical Business Analyst

A complete set of data visualization tools provide the casual business analyst with the power to design and maintain elegant yet powerful report for the whole organization.

The Technical Information Worker

All of the same tools and properties available in the Visual Studio-integrated designer offer users full control over every detail of the report design to build pixel-perfect output.

.NET Ad-Hoc Report Designers Technical, Non-Technical for All

Even More Features

Built-in Wizards

Built-in Wizards

The built-in wizards walk users through quickly creating advanced pivot tables and rich charts. The chart wizard creates a basic but highly functional chart with options to dig deeper into advanced features such as drill through, tooltips, axes manipulations, and more.

.NET Reporting Parameters and Prompts

Parameters and Prompts

Parameters are the most widely used functionalities for interacting with RDL/RDLC reports at runtime. Add parameters, filters, and prompts to your reports so your end-users can choose the data they want to see in the reports. Configure them to use a selection from a predefined list, free-form entry, or from a list from a dataset..

.NET Reporting Themes and Style Using the Designer

Themes and Styles

Set styles on individual report items, or select a theme and apply it to elements of the report for complementary colors without the need to select each one.



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