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SwiftReports standard edition 1.0 for Visual Studio.NET 2003

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Announcement: SwiftReports standard edition 1.0 for Visual Studio
..NET 2003 released by UniSwift.

We are pleased to announce the first release of a fully-managed
reporting
tool for the Microsoft .NET framework. SwiftReports provides complete
code integration with the Visual Studio .NET 2003 environment.

Developers can use Visual Studio .NET 2003 to write code in either C#
or Visual Basic .NET for report control and event handling.

SwiftReports standard edition 1.0 is currently available for
download at http://www.uniswift.com

Features:
-----------
Report Designer Fully integrated into Visual Studio.NET:
Preview reports inside the IDE. no need to run application to view
reports. Use the standard VS.NET controls to manipulate the report and
its controls (PropertyGrid, Alignment toolbar, cut, copy, paste, undo,
redo etc).Drag on drop SwiftReport controls onto the report designer
just like when you are designing Window Forms or ASP.NET controls.
Able to lock, multi select and manipulate (Size, align and move)
SwiftReport controls like standard .NET controls.

Data controls:
Display in component tray in report designer just like window forms and
ASP.NET forms. You can use any of the standard .NET framework controls
to databind a SwiftReport. Objects that implement the IList interface
can also be used to provide a report with data.

Printer settings:
The report's printer settings are report specific like the page
margins, paper orientation and paper size. These settings can be
separately set for any report and its sub reports. In runtime the
printer can be changed using the printer settings property. Paper size
can be set to custom setting, enabling the user to print any paper
size like labels.

Report Explorer:
This allow the user to easily navigate through the report and help the
user to design the report more efficiently. Drag and drop databound
fields on to the report from the report explorer. The report explorer
is always visible and can be docked to any VS.NET docking station.

Sub Reports:
A sub report is drop onto your main report, no need for two or more
report files. Sub reports can also render differently (static - meaning
it only prints the size you made it on the main report. dynamic -
starts rendering from the position you dropped it on and continues
until it is finished, the main report continues from where the sub
report ended. new page - When the report occurs a “newpage” sub report
a new page is started and the sub report prints from the new page
until it ends a new page is created and the main report continues from
the new page.) Sub reports are part of the main report and can be
designed in the same designer. The sub report and the main report are
differentiated by tab sheets.

Report Grouping:
A report is capable to handle multiple groups. A group header always
works together with group footer. Groups can be set to reprint or start
on a new page.

Report Columns:
A report can be divided into columns to create a tabular style report.

Calc Field Controls:
A calc field control works together with groups and calc values can be
set to reset on a new group, page and/or new columns. Calc fields are
event driven and can calculate a value from a record retrieved from a
datasource/datamember. Calc fields can calculate its value from other
SwiftReport controls. Standard calculations like sum, avg, count, min
and max can be done by a calc field.

Dataformat:
Controls like label, calc field and variable control can be formatted
to display values in different type formats like currency, date/time,
integer etc.

Exporting:
Reports can be exported to different formats like text files, images
(jpg , bmp, tiff etc.), html.

HTML:
Reports can be exported to HTML. The HTML can be used in standard
ASP.NET applications. No extra licensing is required.

Events:
The report and al its controls are event driven. You can customize your
report as you see fit.
Custom Controls:
You can inherit from a standard SwiftReport control and you only have
to override one method.

Templates:
A report template can be created to help create a company reporting
standard. Like Logo, Company font and standard company information.
This will help you create reports in a nick off time.

No external files:
A report is compiled into the application for standard windows form
applications.

Price:
-------
Our introductory prices are:
Standard Edition 1.0 With Source (C#) $499.00.
Standard Edition 1.0 No Source $399.00.
These prices are valid until 31 January 2004

Additional information may be found on our web site
http://www.uniswift.com.

Regards,
The SwiftReport Team
Jul 21 '05 #1
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I hope your code is more professional than your website. Proofreading it
would probably be a good idea.
On the web, if something's underlined, I expect it to be a hyperlink.
A few screenshots would be nice as well.


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Announcement: SwiftReports standard edition 1.0 for Visual Studio
.NET 2003 released by UniSwift.

We are pleased to announce the first release of a fully-managed
reporting
tool for the Microsoft .NET framework. SwiftReports provides complete
code integration with the Visual Studio .NET 2003 environment.

Developers can use Visual Studio .NET 2003 to write code in either C#
or Visual Basic .NET for report control and event handling.

SwiftReports standard edition 1.0 is currently available for
download at http://www.uniswift.com

Features:
-----------
Report Designer Fully integrated into Visual Studio.NET:
Preview reports inside the IDE. no need to run application to view
reports. Use the standard VS.NET controls to manipulate the report and
its controls (PropertyGrid, Alignment toolbar, cut, copy, paste, undo,
redo etc).Drag on drop SwiftReport controls onto the report designer
just like when you are designing Window Forms or ASP.NET controls.
Able to lock, multi select and manipulate (Size, align and move)
SwiftReport controls like standard .NET controls.

Data controls:
Display in component tray in report designer just like window forms and
ASP.NET forms. You can use any of the standard .NET framework controls
to databind a SwiftReport. Objects that implement the IList interface
can also be used to provide a report with data.

Printer settings:
The report's printer settings are report specific like the page
margins, paper orientation and paper size. These settings can be
separately set for any report and its sub reports. In runtime the
printer can be changed using the printer settings property. Paper size
can be set to custom setting, enabling the user to print any paper
size like labels.

Report Explorer:
This allow the user to easily navigate through the report and help the
user to design the report more efficiently. Drag and drop databound
fields on to the report from the report explorer. The report explorer
is always visible and can be docked to any VS.NET docking station.

Sub Reports:
A sub report is drop onto your main report, no need for two or more
report files. Sub reports can also render differently (static - meaning
it only prints the size you made it on the main report. dynamic -
starts rendering from the position you dropped it on and continues
until it is finished, the main report continues from where the sub
report ended. new page - When the report occurs a "newpage" sub report
a new page is started and the sub report prints from the new page
until it ends a new page is created and the main report continues from
the new page.) Sub reports are part of the main report and can be
designed in the same designer. The sub report and the main report are
differentiated by tab sheets.

Report Grouping:
A report is capable to handle multiple groups. A group header always
works together with group footer. Groups can be set to reprint or start
on a new page.

Report Columns:
A report can be divided into columns to create a tabular style report.

Calc Field Controls:
A calc field control works together with groups and calc values can be
set to reset on a new group, page and/or new columns. Calc fields are
event driven and can calculate a value from a record retrieved from a
datasource/datamember. Calc fields can calculate its value from other
SwiftReport controls. Standard calculations like sum, avg, count, min
and max can be done by a calc field.

Dataformat:
Controls like label, calc field and variable control can be formatted
to display values in different type formats like currency, date/time,
integer etc.

Exporting:
Reports can be exported to different formats like text files, images
(jpg , bmp, tiff etc.), html.

HTML:
Reports can be exported to HTML. The HTML can be used in standard
ASP.NET applications. No extra licensing is required.

Events:
The report and al its controls are event driven. You can customize your
report as you see fit.
Custom Controls:
You can inherit from a standard SwiftReport control and you only have
to override one method.

Templates:
A report template can be created to help create a company reporting
standard. Like Logo, Company font and standard company information.
This will help you create reports in a nick off time.

No external files:
A report is compiled into the application for standard windows form
applications.

Price:
-------
Our introductory prices are:
Standard Edition 1.0 With Source (C#) $499.00.
Standard Edition 1.0 No Source $399.00.
These prices are valid until 31 January 2004

Additional information may be found on our web site
http://www.uniswift.com.

Regards,
The SwiftReport Team

Jul 21 '05 #2

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