WinForms Calendar-Scheduling...DevExpress Reporting Integration

WinForms Team Blog
09 July 2009

Now that the ASP.NET scheduler has reporting integration, its worth mentioning this great integration is currently available in the WinForms suites. XtraScheduler and XtraReports got integration support in the 2009 volume 1 release earlier this year.

For you, the developer, it's extremely easy to create a professional scheduling application for both the web and Windows. And your users will be managing their appointments and printing off their own schedules!

Btw, the scheduler team wanted you to see some more images of this tight integration:

reporting-eud-mac reporting-eud-preview reporting-monthly-weekdays reporting-templates

For more info, check out Julian’s great post on the original announcement here.

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10 July 2009
Christian Andersen

I would love to see this for the scheduler module in XAF.

12 July 2009
Dennis (DevExpress)
Dennis Garavsky (DevExpress)

Hello Christian,

Please create a new suggestion in the Support Center if you want this feature to be supported in XAF. We will track the number of votes for this feature, and adjust our plans accordingly.

Currently, the IReportData interface (an interface required for the XAF Reporting module) can deal only with XafReport (XafReport: XtraReport) class, but I do not see any difficulty to descend an XafReport from the XtraSchedulerReportto support the described feature. Another way is to change the IReportData interface to be able to deal with the common XtraReport class.

In addition, I suggest you track the suggestion, because most likely, the changes I noted above will be made as part of the work on this suggestion.

13 July 2009

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