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Telerik Report Designer
With Q1 2012 release the highly anticipated Telerik Report Designer has arrived - a desktop application for creating reports, utilizing the power of Telerik Reporting. The Telerik Report Designer features a simple ribbon interface and all the necessities for intuitive report creation like report items, wizards, explorers, all of them situated in a comfortable multi-document interface. This allows power users to create and edit ad-hoc reports on the fly. Creating a report is simple and the output is saved as XML report definition (.trdx or Telerik Report Definition XML) in a proprietary XML format, which can be shared with other users. Your...
February 20, 2012
Reset PageNumber per Report Group
Download Telerik_Reporting_Reset_PageNumber_per_Group (C#) - 4.72 KB In Telerik Reporting, the PageNumber object can only be used in the page header and page footer sections. It contains the current page number and its value is increased with one for every new page. In some scenarios, it is useful to alter the page number based on a condition and the most frequent scenario being asked is resetting the PageNumber after each group. The powerful expression engine of Telerik Reporting allows you to accomplish this easily with the help of page aggregates and tiny bit of code. Basically the idea is to check what is the last group on a page and if it...
February 07, 2012
How to use SharePoint List for Telerik Reporting Datasource
SharePoint provides types and members in the Microsoft.SharePoint.Client namespace for accessing SharePoint remotely from a client computer or server. To get started with SharePoint client object model you will need Microsoft.SharePoint.Client and Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime assemblies. You can copy these DLLs from the %ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\14\ISAPI folder of the server that runs Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010. Using the Microsoft.SharePoint.Client types you can get access to SharePoint List data. However in order to have design time support (Telerik Reporting Data Explorer, Wizards and Expression editor) with SharePoint as data source, you will need the following SharePointDataSource helper class. This class manages the SharePoint credentials,...
July 29, 2011
SP1 of Telerik Reporting Q1 2011 Available; Brings Improved Performance in Silverlight and WPF
Yesterday we dropped a new minor version of Telerik Reporting Q1 2011. Among the plentiful fixes, you will find some important improvements, aided to improve the overall operation of the product, both in design time and run time. Performance Improvements in Rendering Silverlight and WPF Reports The XAML rendering extension now uses a new lightweight mechanism that overcomes issues related to highly concurrent multi-threading applications. The new XAML rendering removes the STA thread requirement when generating Silverlight and WPF reports, which leads to improved performance and optimized server resources. The new rendering aims at improving the rendering speed of large SL and...
May 11, 2011
Page Aggregates (Page Totals) in Telerik Reporting Q1 2011
In some report scenarios, it is useful to include a page-scoped aggregate in Page Header or Page Footer section. As of Q1 2011, the powerful expression engine of Telerik Reporting has been extended with page aggregates, which allow you to add customizable sub-totals and summary data at the bottom of every page, such as total number of Unit X sold, or the average number of processes that have passed. You can add counts, sums, and averages to each page, even if your report consists of subreports and several tables. To add a page aggregate you need to utilize the new PageExec function that takes...
March 29, 2011
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