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When interactive applications use events to handle user actions, app performance can suffer. Debouncing resolves that problem by executing the event handler only once. Here's how it works.
Thanks to everyone who attended the webinar! If you couldn’t attend the live broadcast, here's the video and slide deck.
With ActiveReports Server, you can view end user reports created with the optional Designer Add-On. You can also upload reports created in the developer version of ActiveReports. All reports on the server appear in the Administrator Dashboard Reports list.
In case you are new here, Spread is a product line that includes spreadsheet, grid, and data presentation components for .NET and JavasScript developers. Spread Studio v9 Sp1 and SpeadJS v9 Sp1 were just released and we have a lot of news. Here is an overview:
We have just released Spread Studio v9 Sp1 and SpreadJS v9 Sp1 and a few announcements come with this release.
Here we will create three users who can log into the Report Portal and assign them to the roles we created.
To display each data group on a separate page, you need to sort the data and add page breaks for each group. Where you do this depends on the type of report you're using. Let's take a look at grouping in each report type.
Once you've installed and configured ActiveReports Server, you can begin adding people to use it. Each person has a user account that belongs to a role. We'll start by setting up roles for our people.
In Section reports, the TextBox control has several Summary properties that, combined, let you render running summaries and grand totals in header or footer sections of your reports.
With ActiveReports, you can combine multiple reports into one. How you do it depends on the type of report.
In Section reports, you can set the printer paper size and report margins at run time in the Report Settings dialog. All of these settings are in the first page, Page Setup, and the second one, Printer Settings.
You might want to display multiple columns of data in a cell and limit the user choices. Spread ASP.NET allows you to do this with a multiple-column combo box cell.