ActiveReports for .NET

by ComponentOne

ActiveReports for .NET is now called ActiveReports 9 - please click here to view the latest version.

Generate a wide variety of reports from your .NET applications (Now includes Visual Studio 2008 Support).

ActiveReports for .NET is written in managed C# and provides integration with the Visual Studio .NET IDE. This allows Visual Studio .NET programmers to leverage their current programming language (C# or Visual Basic .NET) when programming for ActiveReports for .NET. ActiveReports for .NET is based on a per-developer licensing scheme, and it is royalty-free to distribute. ActiveReports for .NET comes with a report wizard and a Microsoft Access report conversion wizard so you can start creating reports quickly.

Component Type
  • ASP.NET WebForms
  • .NET WinForms
  • 100% Managed Code

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ActiveReports 7 Upgrade Special Offer
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Hello, I tried many of reporting tools and I think that ActiveReport is the most flexible reporting tool I have ever seen, and RTL support is very good, but I hope to see the designer more enhanced in next versions.
It works OK and the help file contains a lot of small examples, very good. However, you need to buy the professional edition to get the end-user report designer control, and that will tripple the price... Secondly, a report control is a very important part of most applications and I would not use it without full source code.
Data Dynamics (Reply to danw
When a customer licenses and registers our software, they are entitled to the following: A free upgrade to the next version if the next version is released within 90 days of their purchase Unlimited email and telephone support Access to our forums and our knowledge base
We purchased ActiveReports for .NET 1.0 in mid January 2005. Like most companies do, we expected to be notified when an upgrade was available. DataDynamics does not notify you of an upgrade unless you email them and ask to be put on a notification list. Nowhere on their site does it tell you that you have to "opt in" to be notified of upgrades.
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