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  1. Visual Report Writer and The Web (VI)

    Blog number six in this category about Visual Report Writer and the web integration. I will talk about the next report that you can find on the Live Demo website (European Server, USA server) named Credit and Balances Overview. If this is the first blog you read I encourage you to read the five other blogs (1: The Solution, 2: Invoices Report, 3: The Cleanup, 4: The CustomerList and 5: The OrderList). Between the fourth and the fifth blog we have been able to release the Alpha I version of Visual Report Writer 3.0 ...
  2. Visual Report Writer and The Web (III)

    This is the third blog about Visual Report Writer and the Web. Did you already digest the other two blogs (Solution Page and Invoices Report)? If not, I suggest you read them first. This blog is about cleanup at the server. It is not the last one in the serie.

    Cache files
    From the blog about Invoices Report you should have learned that the integration library instructs Visual Report Writer to create a PDF file with the output of the report. By default this output file is only ...
  3. Visual Report Writer and The Web (II)

    As follow up story on Visual Report Writer and the web this time the first report available on the demo website for Visual Report Writer. You might think "only one?" but read on and discover that there is enough to tell about this report and the integration.

    Invoices Report
    The first report that can be started on the website is called Invoice. The report uses the Microsoft Adventure Works 2000 database as its data-source. The report uses 14 tables to build the results. Very ...

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  4. Visual Report Writer and The Web (I)

    At the just ended Synergy 2013 conference held in Nashville, Tennessee we have shown how easy it will be to make Web Based Applications using the DataFlex Web Application Framework. One of the parts of a Web Application will be reporting. Data Access advises two reporting solutions; Dynamic AI and Visual Report Writer. During the Synergy sessions (symposium and trainings) demonstrations were given how relative easy it is to integrate the two reporting solutions in a Web Application made with the ...