Devexpress ReportViewer

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Has anyone successfully added Devexpress reporting to a Wise J application ?

I see a few examples for adding either an asp .net control wrappers, HTML5 reporting components, or Win user controls but I am not sure what type of controls I should be adding for this, or where to start.

Any WiseJ/Devexpress Report integration samples out there ?

 

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So if I take the simple approach, I do not need to worry about creating a wrapper, correct ?   I would just reference the aspx page from within Wisej using the AspNetPanel control ?

“The simplest is the AspNetPanel control. You can set it to a aspx page where you can use the DevExpress ReportViewer in an ASP.NET page. This is just like using it in an ASP.NET app.”

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DevExpress ReportViewer is an ASP.NET control. You can use it in Wisej in several ways, depending on the level of integration.

The simplest is the AspNetPanel control. You can set it to a aspx page where you can use the DevExpress ReportViewer in an ASP.NET page. This is just like using it in an ASP.NET app.

The more involved integration requires using the AspNetWrapper control that can turn an AspNet control into a Wisej control. The main issue is that AspNet controls are destroyed and recreated from scratch on every postback so you cannot set any property or call any method directly outside of a the AspNet page cycle. Wisej is a full Single Page Application (SPA) and all controls are persisted with their full state, so the control integration ties in the post-based AspNet model with the ajax-based Wisej model.

You can find a complete sample here: https://wisej.com/support/question/stuck-wrapping-an-asp-net-control-stimulsoft-reports-designer

The Stimulsoft report designer and viewer is very similar to the DevExpress ReportViewer and it’s a very complex AspNet control.

 

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