Dotnet Report has recently announced that Stored Procedure support will soon be coming to dotnet Report, their custom ad hoc report building solution. Using Stored Procedures to create reports is a well-established industry technique and one of the main ways for .Net developers to create reports for their users, particularly if they are using Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. —
Despite being one of the most requested features, the team at dotnet Report previously did not prioritize Stored Procedure due to the platform’s focus on less coding and allowing end-users to quickly create reports by allowing end-users to pick different columns from different tables. In addition, dotnet Report has had a workaround that was advised to users which worked in most situations where Stored Procedure would have been useful. However, the team has since looked for more reporting features to add, and Stored Procedure has been on the table for a while.
The team has begun to develop the Stored Procedure update and it’s currently available on a separate GitHub branch and is available for testing. The development team at dotnet Report is currently open to feedback, future feature requests and bug reports on the new branch of their custom ad hoc report building solution. The team hopes to fully implement Stored Procedure support in the coming months.
For more information, please refer to the contact details below to get in touch with the team at dotnet Report.
Contact: Razi Syed
Address: 412 Park Grove Ln, Katy, TX 77450
Release ID: 88965483