Add Event to Get Name of Selected Field with New Charting Features
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What’s new in this release?
Aspose.Report for .NET 2.4.0 has been released. This new release includes very important charting features. Some of these features are given below.
- Ability to set spacing between LegendItems
- Ability to enable/disable auto-adjustment of font size in a LegendBox
- Ability to set X-Axis labels' margins
- Ability to hide the line at position 0 in case of positive and negative values in the same chart
A new event to get the name of the selected field has also been included in the query building and data filtering component (AdHoc.Web). Programmers can use this event to know the name of the field your clients are querying against.
Newly added documentation pages and articles
Some new tips and articles have now been added into Aspose.Report for .NET documentation that may guide you briefly how to use Aspose.Report for performing different tasks like the followings.
- Dynamically generate formatted Excel Reports with an elegant graph:
- Generate High Quality Pie Chart with Gloss Effect:
Overview: Aspose.Report for .NET
Aspose.Report is a .NET query building and charting control allowing developers to quickly add ad hoc capabilities to their .NET applications as well as creating 21 popular chart types having some stylish effects like 3D rendering, transparency, gradients and anti-aliasing. Simply drag and drop the Aspose.Report component on Web or Win form, assign a DataTable object as data source & abstract a variety of outputs including SQL, Select, Where and Order By statements and many more.More about Aspose.Report for .NET
- Homepage of Aspose.Report for .NET.
- Download Aspose.Report for .NET.
- Demos of Aspose.Report for .NET.
- Online documentation of Aspose.Report for .NET.
- Post your technical questions/queries to Aspose.Report for .NET Forum.
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