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Reporting 101 Webinar
I recently hosted a Reporting 101 webinar where I gave an hour-long overview of Telerik’s Reporting tool. For those of you who missed it, and for those who would like to see it again, it is now available on Telerik TV for your viewing pleasure. Click here to view the Reporting 101 webinar on Telerik TV If you are interested in more advanced Telerik Reporting topics, stay tuned as I will be bringing you another Reporting webinar on Thursday, February 26th. The topic will be announced this week, so keep an eye on my blog or Telerik.com for more details. For those of...
February 16, 2009
Bind Your Telerik Reports to XML Data
One of the cool things about Telerik Reporting is that you can bind it to just about any kind of data source. Regardless of whether your data is stored in a SQL Server database, an XML document, or a simple text file, if you can read it into one of the supported data source types then you can bind it to your report. Since XML is a often used to store data, I thought it might be helpful to demonstrate how to bind your report to the data in an XML file using LINQ to XML. To get started, create a class...
February 06, 2009
Reporting: How to set default value for a multivalue parameter
Generally when you want to set a default value for a parameter, you use the Value property of the parameter (this.ReportParameters["MyParam"].Value), but what to set when you want all values to be selected by default i.e you have a multivalue parameter? You can do that by providing an ArrayList containing all your values to the report parameter Value property. For consistency of the Tips & Tricks series, I am going to use the project from the Using Report parameters UI to sort by column blog post. Let's make the SortByColumn parameter accept multivalues by setting the MultiValue property to True. We...
January 16, 2009
"The strange case of Adobe Acrobat" or why do images in Telerik Reports get fuzzy when exported to PDF
First, I would like to wish you all Happy New Year! Hope it brings you everything you have asked for! Now up to today's words (post) of wisdom: In the last couple of days a few people reported that images placed in Telerik Report, which normally look ok, start looking fuzzy when exported to PDF. We got scared for two reasons: This has not been reported prior to our latest release We've introduced new rendering mechanism in the latest release When you combine those, you cannot help but feel that we have somehow messed things up. Fortunately, after a quick investigation, the problem proved...
January 07, 2009
Hide duplicates in a column
In some cases you might want to hide duplicates in a single "column" - for example if you group by a field, it would be nice to present the data in a more clean way.
November 27, 2008
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