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Stan asked on 28 Jan 2014, 01:32 PM
Hi.  I'm installing the devcraft complete bundle now.  Want to get started on a dashboard (with some drillthru) asap and wonder if the community can tell me where i'll start.  I did request integration with vs2010.  I'm hoping for reusability (later to mobile if possible, but pc is fine right now) with any grids/charts etc I put up.  My data source will be sql 2012 enterprise, specifically a star schema I've created.  Is the reporting tool going to be the starting place?  Kendo?  What's the difference?  Is the bundle we bought sufficient or will I wish we'd bought more?

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answered on 31 Jan 2014, 12:35 PM
Hello Stan,

You can start by checking out the Telerik Reporting Demo Reports and the Sales Dashboard demo report in particular. These demos will give you a basic idea of the capabilities of the Telerik Reporting product.
All of these demos' source code comes with the installation of Telerik Reporting by default and can be found in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Telerik\Reporting Q3 2013\Examples folder.

Telerik Reporting is compatible with all of the technologies and products that you have listed. You can deliver your reports to any application including mobile, web, desktop and cloud apps.

The best place to start when creating reports is our Online Documentation, where you can find information on designing reports, using them in applications, best practices, troubleshooting, API reference and more.

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Nasko
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