• .NET

    What's new in SP1 of Telerik Reporting Q3 2009

    December 15, 2009 Share
    We are very excited to announce the availability of Telerik Reporting Q3 2009 SP1. Highlights: Full VS2010/.NET4 Support Following Telerik’s relentless pursuit to support the latest technologies, we have bettered Telerik Reporting to support VS2010. The SP1 installer adds all Reporting Items in the VS2010 toolbox, the design-time experience is the same as in VS2005/2008, and full support for the .NETFX 4.0 Client Profile has been added. The Silverlight Viewer gets the much requested parameter support, SSL support, and custom bindings for the Report Service Client. You can also change its skin by using the RadControls for Silverlight themes. We even had time to update...
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    WCF RIA Services + RadControls for Silverlight Q3 SP1

    December 10, 2009 Share
    For anyone who has been paying attention, Microsoft has announced a fair number of changes and new things for us to play with over the past few weeks, suspiciously all surrounding the PDC conference in LA.  One of the biggest announcements was the Silverlight 4 beta, which I know we're all anxiously playing with, but the other was the (much needed) overhaul to .Net RIA Services, which has been re-branded as WCF Ria Services. So what's in a new name?  Well a host of improvements, but our friend Brad Abrams covered that more than well in his Welcome to WCF RIA Services...
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    Programmatic Initialization of Report Parameter Values in Telerik Reporting Silverlight Viewer

    December 07, 2009 Share
    Usually one may control the report appearance and the data it displays through report parameters. The Silverlight report viewer, just like the other two, offers built-in user interface that enables end users to interact with the reports. Still there are cases when one may further need to control the report definition according to a custom logic that runs in the client application. However, since we have introduced the Silverlight Report Viewer the greatest challenge our clients have faced is that there is no direct access to the report definition in the Silverlight application.   To provide the ability to specify the parameter...
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    Using Telerik Report WCF Service (or how to display reports in RadBook)

    December 02, 2009 Share
    If you are following the Telerik Reporting product closely you may already know that with the 2009 Q3 release we entered the Silverlight game. The industry's first native Silverlight Report Viewer allows you to display Telerik Reports in your Silverlight application while having all goodies that the Windows Forms and Web viewers offer. The new member of the report viewers' family sports report parameters, the new document map, true printing and export to all available formats, including PDF, Image (TIFF, PNG, JPEG, BMP, GIF), Microsoft Excel (XLS), Rich Text Format (RTF), HTML, CSV and the new XPS. And all this power wouldn't...
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    Standard resources in the edit dialog in Telerik Scheduler for Silverlight/WPF

    November 27, 2009 Share
    As many of you noticed Telerik Scheduler was released with a completely new look of the edit appointment dialog. Some of the things inside the dialog are just redesigned, however some of them are completely new like the categories,time markers and the importance buttons. Today I will give you more information about them:   Categories: There are some built-in categories in RadScheduler and in  its edit dialog. A category can be assigned to an appointment by choosing one from the dialog on through code behind like this: Then the category will appear in the appointment: and in the edit dialog:   You can remove a assigned category by...