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3D is the hot new thing these days (at least in the movie industry). The 2010 v3 release of Studio Enterprise introduces the first real 3D chart control for Silverlight and WPF. A real 3D chart is one that graphs X, Y and Z coordinates, as opposed to 3D representations of 2D charts (which are nice to look at but can be hard to read).
This release of Studio for WinForms introduces a key new component, the C1RdlReport. This component, similar to C1Report, provides support for Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to the ComponentOne Reports for WinForms suite. Back in 2010 v1 we actually introduced this functionality as a feature of C1PrintDocument; however, it had very limited support. We decided to break this feature out into its own control and provide even more functionality than would make sense to cram into the C1PrintDocument component. For instance, C1RdlReport exposes the full RDL object model allowing you to modify existing SSRS reports and even create new ones in code. This is something you cannot do alone with Microsoft's tools. C1RdlReport also has no dependency on SSRS so it can be bound to any data source! Yes, you can create a RDL report which can run off an Access database in addition to SQL Server.
Microsoft Outlook enables you to view multiple calendars (or schedules) side by side. This popular feature has inspired the new grouping functionality added to ComponentOne Scheduler for Silverlight/WPF in the 2010 v3 release.
Studio Enterprise 2010 v3 includes the new C1PdfViewer control - the first of its kind - for viewing PDF documents in Silverlight and WPF. This viewer has its own built-in PDF parser so it has no dependency on Adobe Reader. It's considered to be experimental in this first release, because not every feature of PDF is supported out of the box (for example: special fonts and input controls are not supported yet).
Studio for Silverlight and WPF 2010 v3 has landed and we are very excited about the new features and controls found in this version. This is one of the biggest releases we've had for the Silverlight and WPF studios when it comes to significant new controls and features. For instance, we have included 3 major new controls including a report viewer, pdf viewer and a 3D surface chart control! You can't find these controls anywhere else. We also enhanced ClearStyle throughout the entire suite which makes styling our controls much easier than any other Silverlight or WPF control you'll find.
The ComponentOne ASP.NET GridView allows you to add a Delete button to remove a record from the DataTable. However there isn't a native way to add a confirmation that you really want the record deleted. It's always best to check for sure when it comes to destructive actions, so I did some spelunking and came up with a way to do it. 1. Add a Template Field column to the grid by using either the property builder, or in the declarative code of your .aspx page. 2. Go into source view and add an ItemTemplate, then an asp:ImageButton.