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This prior post covers the steps for building and displaying a report in .NET. But how often do you need just one report? Normally, you need to build several if not many reports. That brings up several issues: How do you set a style that you can reuse...
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This prior post provides an overview of reporting in your WinForms or WebForms application. This post details how to tie your report to data defined within your business objects. See this prior post if you want to tie your report directly to data in the...
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This prior post provided an overview of reporting in your WinForms or WebForms application. This post details how to tie your report to data directly from a database. In this example, the report built in this prior post is tied directly to the data in...
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This prior post provides an overview on how to include reporting in your WinForms or WebForms applications. This post details how to build the layout for a simple report. For this simple example, the report includes a header, footer, and the list of all...
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Most business applications require some type of reporting. Why bother with all of the CRUD (create, review, update, delete) if there is no reporting on all that data? With .NET, there are several reporting options and features. This set of posts focuses...
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