Thank you to everyone who attended the Reporting and OpenAccess webinar entitled "Impress Your End-Users with New Visualizations in Telerik Reporting. Manage Large Data Models with OpenAccess". If you weren't able to attend, the webinar has been edited and is now available on Telerik TV for your enjoyment!
Remember that Telerik Reporting and OpenAccess are part of a bundle of tools that you can use to become more productive in your day to day work. The DevCraft bundle includes 12 amazing products that costs less than if you purchased only two of our stand-alone tools! (To avoid confusion, OpenAccess ORM is a free product!). Please take a moment and check out what the DevCraft bundle can offer you! WEBINAR
The Slides and Recording are available for you to enjoy. WHAT DID WE COVER ? What's new in Telerik Reporting?
What's new in Telerik OpenAccess ORM?
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Can we use stored procedures as a report data source?
Can we convert Crystal Reports to Telerik Reports?
In what types of applications can we host a Telerik Report?
Can we use other data sources other than a SQL Server database?
Can I automate the generation and publishing of a Telerik Report on a pre-defined schedule?
Are user defined functions supported in the Report Designer?
What is the licensing model for the stand-alone Report Designer?
Does the stand-alone Report Designer require the user to run as Administrator ?
Will OpenAccess remain free forever?
Is OpenAccess Streaming supported in ASP.NET MVC?
Will the new OpenAccess work with Visual Studio 2008?
I have purchased DevCraft 2012 Q3, do we need to pay to use these new features?
We hope that you enjoyed learning all about what is new and awesome in Telerik Reporting and OpenAccess ORM. Please reach out to us and tell us what you would like to see in the future. Whether it be new controls or features, we are here to help get your message heard, and we have awesome product teams that like to make sure that our products Deliver More Than Expected!
Carey Payette is a Developer Advocate. You can follow Carey on Twitter @careypayette or read her personal blog at www.codingbandit.com.