Microsoft acquires report rendering technology from Forerunner Software

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve acquired technology from Forerunner Software to accelerate our investments in Reporting Services. This technology includes, among other things, client-side rendering of Reporting Services (*.rdl) reports, responsive UI widgets for viewing reports, and a JavaScript SDK for integrating reports into other apps – a testament to what our partners can… Read more

Updated Report Viewer control now generally available

Over the past few months, many of you have tried Release Candidate builds of the updated Report Viewer control in your ASP.NET Web Forms apps and shared valuable feedback with us. Today, we’re pleased to announce an updated build that’s generally available for you to use in your production apps. About the Report Viewer control We’ve… Read more

Report Viewer control update now available

Thanks to Rhys Schmidtke, Senior Software Engineer, for contributing content to today’s post. A few weeks ago, we published a Release Candidate of an updated Report Viewer control to NuGet, enabling you to embed paginated reports into your existing ASP.NET Web Forms apps and incorporating several enhancements we made for SSRS 2016, including modern browser… Read more

Embed paginated reports into ASP.NET web apps using the Report Viewer control

Thanks to Rhys Schmidtke, Senior Software Engineer, for contributing content to today’s post. With SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services, we introduced several modernizations with various types of users in mind – from a new web portal and modern browser support for report viewers, to new chart styles for report designers, to Visual Studio 2015 and… Read more