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We've just released Build 207 and it includes some huge interop improvements, nice new features, some new samples and, of course, bug fixes.
In this section, we'll log into the Report Portal and view the report that we modified in Editing Server Reports. Also, we'll check out the report history and how to revert to a version of the report from before our changes.
In this two-part blog series, we'll walk through populating data to an unbound FlexGrid. (FlexGrid supports both unbound and bound data.)
Populate Data to an Unbound FlexGrid, Part II: Convert C# Dictionary Data to JSON in an Unbound MVC Grid
In this second article of a two-part series on unbound FlexGrids, we'll look at populating data per cell to an unbound FlexGrid via data from AJAX call. In addition, the data from the server will be in a Dictionary, which is serialized to JSON before sending to client.
Continuing from our previous topic on Connecting the Designer to the Server, we have the stand-alone report designer open, and we are logged in as Jennifer.
FlexGrid for ASP.NET MVC provides multiple options for data binding. You can bind the grid to a Model object or to JSON data via a remote action. Sometimes, because of application needs, users have to bind the grid at client side with data returned by an AJAX call.
Filtering is an important feature for large data sets and may vary depending on the structure of the data being filtered. In this post, we'll walk through filtering hierarchical data in the FlexGrid control in an Angular application.
This article was originally written by Junichi Niino and published on Publickey in Japan. It has been translated with permission from the author.
This section describes how to use the stand-alone version of the report designer included with the developer version of ActiveReports.
Spread for ASP.NET is a useful web tool for providing Excel-like functionality to users on a webpage. It might be useful to give users the ability to paste ranges from their Excel Spreadsheets into Spread. While this feature is not currently in Spread for ASP.NET, code can be written to achieve the same functionality. Rather than using purely client-side code to implement the pasting of cells from Excel to Spread, this tutorial sends HTML strings back to the server for parsing to recreate the copied cell range in Spread.
One of the most common chart requirements is to customize the appearance of the data points—the individual values that are plotted on the chart. The representation of data points (known as symbols) varies depending upon the chart type being used, so customizing a data point in a Column/Bar chart would imply customizing the appearance of the columns/bars. Similarly, customizing a data point in LineSymbols/SplineSymbols/Scatter chart implies customizing the appearance of circular/square shaped symbols at that particular point.