16 Oct 20181 minute to read
The Report Designer control for ASP.NET Core helps to create and edit reports in open Report Definition Language (RDL) specification by products like Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. It comes with a wide range of report items to transform data into meaningful information and quickly build the reports with the help of following features.
Data Sources — Supports connection to major data providers Microsoft SQL Server for exploring data and design reports with a wide range of data sources.
User friendly Environment — Provides an effective design area, configuration options, and drag-and-drop facilities to make it easy for business users to compose reports.
Report items — All interactive report items that are commonly used in business reports is built-in, including charts, grids, pivot grids, subreports, textboxes, images, lines, and rectangles for better visual representation of data.
Report Parameter — Supports parameter to specify the data to filter in a report, connect related reports together and vary report presentation.
Expression — Expressions are used throughout the report definition in parameters, queries, filters and report item properties to perform additional operations such as mathematical computation, conditional formatting, inspection, conversions, and more.