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Support old browsers in MvcReportViewer
Last time I released a feature which allow users to send data to Report Viewer’s IFRAME using HTTP POST request. The overall feedback I heard from the users was pretty good. And then the problem came… I did not want to support legacy browsers like IE 6, 7 and 8, because it would force me to write a lot of additional JavaScript code to deal with DOM in the right way. And I am still hoping that IE < 10 will die soon. Unfortunately it had not been the right decision. Please tell me who are the biggest ......

Posted On Sunday, February 23, 2014 3:02 PM

MvcReportViewer v.0.2.0 is available!
I am glad to see that people started to use my small library. I released new version few days ago. I added a possibility to download SSRS reports in MS Word, MS Excel, PDF or Image format directly from your controller. You can do that using Report extension method Controller class. The method always returns an instance of FileStreamResult class: FileStreamResult Report(ReportFormat reportFormat, string reportPath) FileStreamResult Report(ReportFormat reportFormat, string reportPath, object reportParameters) ......

Posted On Monday, November 25, 2013 6:35 PM

SQL Server Reporting Services Report Viewer wrapper for ASP.NET MVC has been released!
SQL Server Reporting Services is rich and popular reporting solution that you have free with SQL Server. It is widely used in the industry: from small family businesses running on SQL Server 2008/2012 express to huge corporations with SQL Server clusters. There is one issue with the solution. Microsoft has not release SSRS viewer for ASP.NET MVC yet. That is why people usually mixing modern ASP.NET MVC enterprise applications with ASP.NET Web Forms pages to view report. Today I released ASP.NET MVC ......

Posted On Monday, November 4, 2013 7:01 PM

Microsoft ReportViewer SetParameters continuous refresh issue
I am a big fun of using ASP.NET MVC for building web-applications. It allows us to create simple, robust and testable solutions. However, .NET world is not perfect. There is tons of code written in ASP.NET web-forms. You cannot simply ignore it, even if you want to. Sometimes ASP.NET web-forms controls bring us non-obvious issues. The good example is Microsoft ReportViewer control. I have an example for you. 1: <%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="Default.aspx.cs" Inherits="_Default" ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 16, 2013 11:34 PM

How to change recovery mode for all databases
Changing recovery mode from FULL to SIMPLE for a SQL Server database is not a big deal. You can do it with one simple command. 1: USE master 2: ALTER DATABASE YourDatabase SET RECOVERY SIMPLE But it might be tricky task to do for all databases on your server. Of course, you can to generate a script using using any programming language. I usually use F# for such “quick and dirty” solutions. This time I solved the problem with T-SQL. I had to change recovery mode for more then 200 databases. 1: declare ......

Posted On Thursday, October 10, 2013 6:30 AM

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