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ActiveReports for .NET

ActiveReports for .NET

Generate a wide variety of reports from your .NET applications (includes Visual Studio Support). ActiveReports for .NET is written in managed C# and provides integration with the Visual Studio .NET IDE. This allows Visual Studio .NET programmers to leverage their current programming language (C# or Visual Basic .NET) when programming for ActiveReports for .NET. ActiveReports for .NET is based on a per-developer licensing scheme, and it is royalty-free to distribute. ActiveReports for .NET comes with a report wizard and a Microsoft Access report conversion wizard so you can start creating reports quickly.

ActiveReports for .NET includes export filters for Adobe PDF, Microsoft Excel, RTF, HTML, Text and TIFF formats. ActiveReports for .NET can be used in both Windows-based and Web-based applications.

ActiveReports for .NET also includes a Windows Viewer control that supports split and multi-page views, has a Table of Contents pane with a new Thumbnail view tab, and can perform text searches of reports. It also allows you to customize the viewer's toolbar.

The Professional Edition of ActiveReports for .NET features an End-User Report Designer control that allows you to host the report designer in your own applications to provide end users with the ability to create and modify reports. It also includes a server-side Web Viewer control that takes advantage of ASP.NET's HTTP Handlers to allow you to display reports without having to write custom code for export to popular formats such as HTML and PDF.

New features to ActiveReports for .NET include a brand new chart control, updated memory management features, a RichText control that is capable of rendering HTML and RTF tables, and an integrated script window with syntax highlighting. ActiveReports for .NET additionally allows you to bind data to custom classes based on the iList interface in addition to the other data types already supported in previous versions, and includes enhanced connection timeout capabilities.