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Run Visual Studio, create a new project, connect the SQL data source, pass the data using business objects in the report. Load the report in the viewer. Now the report can be viewed, printed, and exported.
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This video tutorial shows how to pass data from the SQL data source to the report using business objects. The video teaches how to create an example of a simple report and demonstrates basic approaches of working with Visual Studio.
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Run Visual Studio, create a web project, add the necessary Stimulsoft assemblies. Put the StiWebViewerSL component on a web page, load the report, pass data, run the project. In addition to viewing the report, it can be printed and exported.
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To load the report in the web designer, add the StiWebDesigner component on the web form, add code to load the report template. Run the project and edit the report in the web browser.
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To view the report in the Cache Mode using the StiWebViewer put this component on the web-form, enable the CacheMode property, add code to load the report and, if necessary, register the data in the report.
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To view the report using the StiWebViewer, put this component on the web-form, add code lines to intiate loading the report and, if necessary, register the data in the report.
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This video shows the technique of creating reports in Web. Put the StiWebReport component on a web form, call the designer, load and edit report templates. Put the StiWebViewer component on the web form, pass the data from the data source to the report. View the rendered report.
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Put a band on the page and drop a text component on it. Use hotkeys. Save the template, pass the data from the XML source to the report. View the report.
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This video shows how to pass data from the XML data source to the report using DataSet.