Add new report item template missing

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  1. Randy Hompesch
    Randy Hompesch avatar
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    Nov 2008

    Posted 23 Apr 2019 Link to this post

    This is for a .net core 2.2 razor page.

    I've tried rerunning the vsix for vs2019, but nothing seems to work. How to get "The HTML5 Report Viewer item template is available in the Add New Item dialog box under the Web category" referenced in the docs at to show up?

    I have found very little in the way of examples that are razor based. Does such an animal exist?

    Thanks .... Ed


  2. Silviya
    Silviya avatar
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    Posted 25 Apr 2019 Link to this post

    Hi Ed,

    If I understood correctly, you would like to have Visual Studio item templates for Telerik Reporting for .NET Core project. I'm afraid we do not include item templates yet since we hit some limitations with the new SDK-style projects.

    We have already logged a feature request for future support: Visual Studio Item Templates for .NET Core projects. You might vote for it to raise its priority. This way you can follow the status of the item and when will be released.

    Telerik Reporting ships with a ready-made ASP.NET Core example that demonstrates how to show the sample reports in an ASP.NET Core application. Please note that the razor syntax i snot supported yet. You could use the pure HTML5 Report Viewer implementation instead.
    The example also shows how to inject an 
    appsettings.json configuration file to the controller and how to initialize a WebHostBuilder so it runs under Windows and Linux.

    The example can be found in the \Examples\CSharp\Asp.NetCoreDemo subfolder of the Telerik Reporting installation directory.

    For step-by-step guide, please refer to our new Manual Setup of HTML5 Report Viewer in an ASP.NET Core 2+ application help article.

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