develop a SSRS ReportViewer for ASP.NET Core
Develop a SSRS ReportViewer for ASP.NET Core
Shane Southwood commented
This was the one assumption that we made when migrating our application to .net core. Reporting is the basis of almost any customer-facing web UI. This is a need, not a nice to have, for most of us.
Code Huberson commented
There is a lot of Pros and Cons to use ReportViewerControl and we accepted this solution from Microsoft, then, we want to use this for the next .Net Core generations.
not just asp.net core but asp.net mvc also needs report viewer
ibrahim taleb commented
please add ReportViewer to asp.net core
How much more time will it take to go live?
Louis Turmel commented
Wow, it's under review since feb 2018...
Scott Saari commented
I was all set to convert our intranet to asp.net core 3.1 until I saw that there is no report viewer. I've seen that Django with an add-on library can display reports. Also you get a full administration page for free with a couple of commands.
I understand that Microsoft do not want to cut the profit of the companies like Telerik, Syncfusion, grapecity, and others who offers this tool for Microsoft product. Looks like that asp.net core is not a solution unless you do not need to report, just fancy web pages... to me it looks like that there is an internal conflict of interest inside Microsoft regards to implement this to its own products.
Michael Romyn commented
Its the only thing preventing us from using Blazor!!
Miguel Anguiano commented
I can't believe .net core does not have a native reports tool yet 😢
Where's the reportviewer Microsoft? Common! Need one that works with Blazor, Angular, React etc... Please provide update?
Muhammad Afzal commented
it's ODD there's no update yet in 2020, the age of Covid-19
Also WinForms and WPF controls on .net core please
William John Adam Trindade commented
How many years are needed to analyze this demand?
ASP.NET WebForms was already considered as support finished in July/2019 (https://dotnet.microsoft.com/platform/support/policy/aspnet) and we still don't have an MVC version for that?
Carl Daniel commented
And not just ASP.NET Core, but also WinForms under Core 3.1
Mohan Ban commented
No doubt .net core is perfect in any scenario but it lacks SSRS reports? how can large enterprise application which heavily rely on SSRS reports migrate to .net core? please make it possible very soon. Thanks
I need a way to view SSRS/BI Reports within a ASP.NET CORE Applications
Akshay Bajpayee commented
.NET Core has all the things that it needs to be a world power except for the fact that it cannot showcase what it does at the back using a simple report. For that it wants its backend developers to work with HTML and CSS and not handling the database and backend code.
Adding this will mean that the developers can spend more time in solving the complexity rather than working on unnecessary tasks
Is this a joke?
So netcore can do Docker, IA, CI, multiplatform, multicloud, but cannot do something as basic a reporting?
Please migrate, stop adding nerdy features and please add what is important for business applications.
Daniel Montero commented
Please add it. We all've been doing reports this way. Net Core apps not having reports is ridiculous.
People will start cooking its own solutions and soon there will be no room for ssrs anymore
If needed, I think SSRS could be open sourced so the community could help with this migration.