In this post, we’ll demonstrate a how to create a .NET report in ActiveReports. The video demo takes you through this step-by-step process.
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The first Service Packs for ActiveReports 12 and ActiveReports 12 Server have released, and they include multiple much-requested features from customers.
As of ActiveReports 12, you can use subreports in page reports. Page report types are great for creating highly-structured reports such as billing statements, forms, and catalogs.
While RDL reports are easy enough to create in a designer, you may need to conditionally manage data-binding of a page or report at run time. Or you might need to make a minor change to the layout of a report based on some user input. In short, you need to create an RDL report in **code**. This blog walks you through that process, and you can also download the sample code to use in your report app.
The ActiveReports 12 Server webinar is available for viewing at your leisure. Learn about Dataset Joins, subreports, CSV export, and more.
ActiveReports 12 and ActiveReports 12 Server have released! New features include customized installation, CSV and JSON exports, report templates, and more.