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ActiveReports HTML5 Viewer in ASP.NET MVC

ActiveReports has been the greatest reporting tool for quite some time. Guess what, it's even better now. ActiveReports(v8) now has an HTML5 Viewer that can be used to view reports in a native HTML5 application. With the new HTML5 Viewer you can build more advanced, fast and robust applications for multiple platforms(Desktop and Mobile); thanks to its various UI types - Desktop, Mobile and Custom. The HTML5 Viewer also provides the feature to print the displayed reports and even export them to various formats (PDF, Excel, Word, etc).

PageReports : Changing SubReport's DataSource at Run Time

Someone has rightly said: The world is dynamic, we have to change all the time.

ComponentOne Receives 12-Time All-Star Award from the Editors of SD Times

PITTSBURGH, PA  - June 4, 2014 - ComponentOne, a division of GrapeCity and the largest component solution provider in the Microsoft Visual Studio Partner Ecosystem, was recognized in the June 2014 issue of BZ Media’s SD Times as a 12-Time-All Star for the SD Times 100 awards. The SD Times 100 (http://sdt.bz/71295) is an annual awards program that represents the leaders of the software development industry.

ActiveReports 8: HTML5 Viewer and AngularJS

With the launch of ActiveReports 8, a cool feature was added to the long list of features offered by it. This is the HTML5 Viewer which meets the demands of the developers who want to have a pure client side component that can be used in web applications to preview reports. The documentation provides the complete list of API available for the HTML5 viewer and can be checked here.

5 Cool Features of ActiveReports 8

Reporting is both a dream and a nightmare for any technical personnel.

The need for speed in self-service analytics brings changes for programmers

Self-service analytics has caught on in the enterprise like wildfire, with more organizations deploying end-user reporting tools designed to maximize the number of company data crunchers. The myriad potential benefits of this approach include a more productive workforce, enhanced customer engagement strategies and much-improved internal management capacity. However, success all hinges on the application portfolio and its power to enable end users to distill data. An increasing number of organizations are adopting enterprise applications - 79 percent have implemented or are considering deploying business software, according to Tech Pro Research. Enterprise end-user utilization of apps and analytics software will have a direct impact on productivity and the bottom line. This obviously puts pressure on programmers to change up their approach to application development. The self-service end user is a far cry from the trained data statistician, not only in terms of skill set but in light of the ways they develop and apply insights. A changing paradigm

How to create impactful, effective data visualizations

To help make better enterprises cases and improve the decision-making process, data visualizations should be established carefully, leveraging certain best practices.

AR8 : Creating Reports on the Fly

ActiveReports has been the first choice of developers when it comes to creating hassle free and versatile reports. The extensive API of ActiveReports allows Visual Basic and C# developers to completely control the report processing engine to fit their needs.

Extending ActiveReports Server for multi-tenant ad hoc reporting

In the introduction to multi-tenant reporting, we discussed how ActiveReports Server uses a security provider and security filters to implement custom authentication when you deploy self-service reporting in multi-tenant environments. These are environments in which multiple clients, such as multiple companies, each with its own group of employees, share a single application with access to only their information. This is very common in SaaS applications that need to add reporting.

ActiveReports Server: Introduction implementing to multi-tenant ad hoc reporting

While implementing ad hoc, self-service reporting in a multi-tenant environment, we aim to restrict access to underlying data from the database based on the organization (“tenant”) of the user who is logged into the system. This is a typical deployment scenario for Web-based solutions catering to multiple customers, each of whom has individual sets of data. There are many forms of multi-tenancy and the implementation varies by case depending on a number of factors. These architectures vary in degrees of data isolation from an extreme of completely isolated databases, where each tenant has their own copy of data, to shared databases where tenants share the same tables and data is associated with a tenant using a tenant identifier.

Merge Multiple PageReports

In one of my last blog, I discussed how multiple SectionReports can be merged to preview them as one document.

Silent Parameters in SilverlightViewer (II)

Users of ActiveReports would surely agree to the fact that ActiveReports has been a revolution in terms of customizable Reporting component. ActiveReports in conjunction with default .NET libraries has been developer's delight irrespective of the domain whether it is Windows development, ASP.NET, WPF or be it Silverlight.

Error #2014 in ActiveReports 8 Server on Mac OS X

The current iteration of the Adobe Flash player plugin (12.0.0.77) has a known conflict with ActiveReports 8 Server.  The error occurs in both Firefox and Safari with this version of Adobe Flash when opening a report in design mode and selecting a table or chart control from the report page.  Flash will then display an alert for error 2014 – Feature is not available at this time.