Category Archive: George Kahn

Lead Developer, Boston, USA

Aspose.Report 1.1.2 Released

Dear Customers, We have released Aspose.Report 1.1.2 Added: A new dialog in visual designer to allow user create the database connection string.Added: Enhancement to visual designer for ensure user input multiple lines of value to any report parameter. Fixed: a … Continue reading

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The visual demonstration for Aspose.Report design tool is available

Considering some clients find difficult to understand how Aspose.Report design tool works, we provide a couple of flash pages to demonstrate entire reports making process, please go to apose.report wiki to check it out.  http://www.aspose.com/Wiki/default.aspx/Aspose.Report/Homepage.html

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Aspose.Report 1.1.0 released

Added : Allow user to define and update the data item types with a data item type editor without programming. http://www.aspose.com/wiki/default.aspx/Aspose.Report/DataItemTypeEditor.html Generates the code dynamically for the data item types inserted by the data item type editor when building the report. Compiles … Continue reading

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Aspose.Report 1.0.2 released

Dear Customers, We have released Aspose.Report 1.0.2. Added the feature that allows adding the page break into spreadsheet Added the feature that allows changing font color in spreadsheet editor Added the feature that allows saving a SQL script generated by … Continue reading

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Aspose.Report 1.0.0 Released

Dear Customers, We have released Aspose.Report1.0.0.  The following is its brief introduction. Unlike most of reporting tools in the market right now, Aspose.Report is focusing on separating the task between business analysts and developers, we realized that entire report design process … Continue reading

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The Aspose.Report preview edition is out

The Aspose.Report preview edition is out, please get a copy at http://www.aspose.com/Products/aspose.report/Aspose.Report.zip , and read the readme.txt before using it. If you have any question or comment, please mail to report@aspose.com or post to http://www.aspose.com/forums/ShowForum.aspx?ForumID=219 , thanks very much.

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Aspose.Report – Some advanced features for RDL element

As we know, most of business reports are not just based on a static SQL script, they will be varied by different situation such as field column or filter, our RDL element class model allow user to create their own … Continue reading

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Aspose.Report – How RDL define the report layout

Inside the last post, I introduced how RDL deal with procedural flow and macro variables, the following is another sample that illuminates how RDL handle the report layout. <?xml version=”1.0″?> <report name=”TestReportItemlayout” startaction=”format_report” librarydir=”E:\reporttools\src\Aspose\ReportTools\ReportTools.RDLElement\bin\Debug”> <reportaction name=”format_report”> <log message=”format report!” level=”Debug” … Continue reading

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Aspose.Report – A unit test case for RDL element types

The following is RDL script used by one of unit test cases. <?xml version=”1.0″?> <report name=”Simple” startaction=”prepare_query” librarydir=”E:\reporttools\src\Aspose\ReportTools\ReportTools.RDLElement\bin\Debug”> <variable name=”var_action_1″ value=”gather_data” /> <variable name=”var_action_2″ value=”format_report” /> <reportaction name=”prepare_query” nextaction=”check_sql” description=”generate the Sql script for reports”> <log message=”generate the SQL for … Continue reading

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Aspose.Report – The brief introduction to RDL element class and interface model

I am currently working on RDL element class and interface model, here is the brief introduction.   BaseElement – Base abstract RDL element class The BaseElement class is an abstract class for all of RDL elements; it provides three major functionality … Continue reading

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