ActiveReports has been the best reporting tool in the industry since the ActiveX days, and is used across various domains and platforms. As the technologies evolve, so do our customers. You're moving to newer platforms and technologies, and we're making every effort to keep pace. In this blog, we’re going to see how to use ActiveReports in the latest web framework by Microsoft -- ASP.NET Core 2.0.
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.
Microsoft Build 2017 is fast approaching, and every year it's fun to try to anticipate what Microsoft might announce.