Posts tagged with 'activereports'
To use ActiveReports, you need to activate a license key on your machine. To make sure that your machine is licensed, go to the Start page and under GrapeCity, run the License Manager. You can also open it from File Explorer on a path like:
Recently I hosted a webinar for an audience who were new to ActiveReports. We called it ActiveReports - An Introduction. After a great response during registration, I was looking forward to interacting with the audience during the sessions. The audience did not let me down. We had a great turnout for both sessions.
In our last blog, we saw how ActiveReports9 Server was successful in impressing the Store Manager and the IT Personnel. Hence they decided to consider the product for their next level of POC and see if it meets met their higher level requirements.
We already have had blogs discussing about how to use ActiveReports in HTML5 Viewer. Also does the documentation shows how you can customize, localize and deploy HTML5 viewer.
In my previous blog I had talked about how to use the ActiveReports HTML5 Viewer in an ASP.NET MVC application. The HTML5 Viewer is a really nice client side control to display reports stored on the server. However, there might be situations where you come across some issues while working with the HTML5 Viewer or the WebViewer control in an MVC application and haven't been able to solve the problem even after spending hours.
Adding yet another feather in the crown of the ActiveReports family, we have for you ActiveReports 9 with more features, better functionality and an all new user experience.