Latest ActiveReports Video
Learn what's new in ActiveReports 12, including new Dataset Joins, subreports, and CSV export. Hosted by ActiveReports PM Mateen Firoz.
What You'll Learn about the Active Reports 12 Server
- How to use report templates as an end user
- How to schedule a one-time report on demand and be notified when it's ready
- How to create shared datasets right in the Administrator Dashboard
- How to use built-in and custom report templates to give your end users a starting point for their reports
Hosted by PM Bhupesh Malhotra
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Data binding is the process that connects an application user interface (UI) to a data object. If the binding has the correct settings and the data provides the proper notifications, when the data changes its value, the elements that are bound to the data will automatically display changes.
Data binding in ActiveReports is relatively straightforward. In this article and video, we’ll cover how to use a stored procedure as a dataset as well as binding to a generic SQL data table. We’re going to show data binding using the End User Designer. The end user designer can be launched by going to start, GrapeCity, select -- ActiveReports 12 designer.
We’ll cover how to use a stored procedure as a dataset as well as binding to a generic SQL data table. We’re going to show data binding using the end user designer. The end user designer can be launched by going to start -- GrapeCity -- and selecting ActiveReports 12 designer.
When creating reports, parameters enable you to control report data, connect related reports together, and vary report presentation. Report parameters can be used to solve tasks such as filtering, conditional formatting, data binding, creating dynamic report layouts, and much more.
In this video, we’ll show how easy it is to work with parameters in ActiveReports. We’ll continue using the report that we generated in our Getting Started - How to Create a .NET Report video.
With a complete set of controls and extensive API, ActiveReports is a flexible .NET reporting solution.
In this video demo, we’ll demonstrate how to create a report in ActiveReports. Let’s look at creating a simple tabular report of our stock inventory grouped by each product category.
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Logical data models help us to provide technical data from the database in a structure that business users will be able to relate to when creating their own reports. Learn how to create them in this four-and-a-half-minute video.
Learn how to filter information on a tabular report using ActiveReports Server.
Bhupesh Malhotra, a product manager for ActiveReports, walks you through how to create a chart-based report with ActiveReports Server.
A video walkthrough on how to filter information in a chart-based report with ActiveReports Server.
Learn how to drill down within a report using ActiveReports Server.
In this two-minute video, Bhupesh Malhotra — a product manager for ActiveReports — walks you through how to drill down to a detailed report.
Learn how to create a table in ActiveReports Server.
Learn about logical data models for intuitive ad-hoc reporting in ActiveReports Server.
As an administrator, manage users and their permissions, server configuration, themes and styles, uploading or downloading reports, and the logical models.
Bit-Wizards, a software development, web design, and IT consulting company, began using ActiveReports in 2003, and now use the product almost exclusively for their reporting needs.
For Todd Miranda, the owner and president of NxtDimension Solutions, ActiveReports has been one of his tools of choice for a long time.
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Deploy all your reports to one server, and add additional agents as you need increased scalability.
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Learn how to use Angular to theme your reporting solution to provide enhanced UI and improved UX!
Defining UI and UX and their relationship
Identifying the elements needed to build a great UX and modern UI
How ActiveReports helps you maximize report usability (intuitive design) and re-usability
Embedding ActiveReports Server’s report portal in an Angular application
Using the ActiveReport web designer to enhance the report UI.
About the Speaker
Mateen first joined GrapeCity as a Technical Engagement Engineer in 2010. Five years later, he became Product Manager for the ActiveReports product line. In this role, he is responsible for defining strategy and new product planning and execution throughout the product lifecycle. He loves finding solutions to “How-to” reporting questions. In his personal life, Mateen and his family enjoy volunteering in the community.
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