SharpShooter Reports is a 100% .NET native reporting tool that allows generating even the most complex reports from multiple data sources and exporting them to the most widespread file formats. It can be used for Windows forms apps.
Version: 7.3.1SharpShooter Reports is a reporting component that helps you create flexible reports and easily integrate them into your Win apps.
License: Free To Try $495.00
Operating System: Windows
It supports a variety of industry-standard export formats including PDF, HTML, Excel, Word, RTF, and more. An advanced Master Report concept helps to save time while developing a large number of reports with the unified layout.
Just create a template containing all recurring elements and use it in further reports design. SharpShooter Reports offers an increased report performance. A built-in pivot table component allows dynamic data analysis and presentation in the form of OLAP reports.
And a native charting component allows you to increase the graphical impact of applications with visually appealing charts and graphs. SharpShooter Reports introduces an advanced concept of SideBySide band that allows placing separate report parts in parallel with horizontal shift.
An intuitive end-user designer can be used for both report templates and rendered documents. Ribbon report designer interface considerably facilitates reports creation. A convenient Report Wizard helps to design any kind of report with a few mouse clicks.
Win and Web viewers allow a user to view reports in Windows and Web applications. Give the reports a professional appearance by using a rich visual controls set, including texts, shapes and pictures. You can also use any Win Forms control as a report element.
Report rendering is fully customizable thanks to support for C# and VB.NET scripting. There is no need to learn additional script languages.
This grants a developer full access to all .NET Framework capabilities such as import of any project namespaces, local variables, procedures etc. Parameterized reports and subreports provide the opportunity to specify the level of detail needed for particular purposes and create a complicated hierarchy of reports.
Version 7.3.1: New: Visual Studio 2015 support; New: XLSX cell format support;
Version 7.2.0: - Improved PDF, HTML and XLSX export options; - Ability to add FNC1 characters to Barcode 128; - New functions now available in the gauge designer;
Version 5.2.0: New: Script browser. Now, you have the ability to view all the scripts on the fly and, thus, have better script navigation.
Version 5.1.0: Improved: Ribbon report designer Improved: PDF, Excel export filters. Improved: Script editor.
Version 126.96.36.199: New: Ribbon report designer New: Hot keys Improved:Drag&drop in report designer.
Version 188.8.131.52: Improved: Ribbon report designer New: Context menu in report designer and document tree. Now all the frequently used functionality of elements and group of elements is available via context menu items.
Version 184.108.40.206: New: Optional designer with ribbon user interface, Uniform size mode for image resizing - saving aspect ratio. Fixed: Document rendering process logic, Invalid links disabling in exported documents, Minor report designer user interface improvements
Version 220.127.116.11: New: PDF export filter, improved documentation. Improved: rendering performance, document tree drag&drop functionality Fixed: accidental memory leak, aggregation function preformance, Pivot Table rendering, minor bugs and shortcomings
Version 18.104.22.168: Improved: Display of the document, exported to HTML, in MS Office. Fixed: Problem with the memory leak during the opening of Report Viewer, bug with the output of the Picture element, bug with the use of the Round function, bug with ReSharper, error during the set of the ContextMenu property in ReportViewer.
Version 22.214.171.124: New: 90 new gauges and 180 new charts are available to visualize report data; New: Ability to get data source field value through the GroupBand element; New: Complete functionality required to design custom report designer became public; New: Support for LINQ to SQL queries as a data source;