develop a SSRS ReportViewer for ASP.NET Core
Develop a SSRS ReportViewer for ASP.NET Core
Tom Woodforde commented
We have several projects we'd like to port to Core, but they all have many rdlc reports that we output using the LocalReport object.
When a framework has no simple way to output a paper or PDF invoice then it's hard to say it's ready for enterprise!
What in the **** is going on? Please add reporting features to Core.
Dino Novak commented
Reporting is a must for business apps. Core 3 should not be released without it
All excited about moving to .NET Core until I learned about this report viewer. It's a show stopper in our case.
Wilfredo Gutierrez commented
I really will love this in the next version Core 3.
Daniel Smith commented
Hopefully .NET Core 3.0 support is high on the priority list for the team.
Patrick Yeoh commented
Now is year 2019 , asp.net core is amazing but useless without SSRS .
Mithilesh Kumar commented
ASP.NET Core does not support SSRS and without this I don't think ASP.NET Core will be successful. Whether it support cross platform or any other feature. So Please incorporate SSRS in ASP.NET Core
Microsoft does not care about Report Server and does not help at all people that by mistake choose to use this tool. I am not sure which one should I forgot about CORE or REPORT SERVER or BOTH!
Hello. Any update regarding SSRS in Asp.Net Core. We can't move to it from Web Forms without Reporting Facility.
so... to summarize i can't use ReportExecutionServiceSoapClient either?
Garwin Pryce commented
Any update on this? This is really needed.
Amit Chaudhary commented
How can you keep this gap open?
Any enterprise App cannot be developed with reporting capabilities, so asp.net core is not enterprise ready?
Javier Aranda commented
Please implement this without delay
I've applications I need to migrate off Silverlight.
I cannot move forward with Core until reporting is supported.
No Reporting = Deal Breaker.
MS has acquired Forerunner Software with the same objective. Here is the update https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sqlrsteamblog/2018/04/02/microsoft-acquires-report-rendering-technology-from-forerunner-software/
Realy.... Net CORE is useless without local reporting in it.... we are migrating systems to Linux and we are stuck on Windows's IIS with this service only.... (no preview needed, LocalReport rendering is enough)
PS: You could fix "line-height" issue - seems this option works with HTML ONLY, no PDF, no Word... this is bad.
Why is this still under review?
Patt Rojanasthien commented
Please put this feature request on the top of the bucket. I had some extensive web app migration to ASP.NET Core2 just to find out in the end that the last functionality, which is the SSRS Report Viewer cannot be directly ported.
Anees Azam commented
SSRS must be supported in ASP.Net Core and it will be better if we can utilize it without web form and there should be a mechanism to utilize it from client side.