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FastReport .NET NetFx2/NetFx4 2019.4.9 with cracked nuget

FastReport .NET NetFx2/NetFx4 2019.4.9 with cracked nuget
FastReport .NET NetFx2/NetFx4 2019.4.9 with cracked nuget


With FastReport.Net, you can create application-independent .Net reports. In other words, FastReport.Net can be used as a standalone reporting tool.

Includes powerful visual report designer for creating and modifying the reports. Your application can run the designer from the code.
Includes online report designer for ASP.Net (only in Enterprise edition)
Connect to any database, use any of its tables or create queries
Add dialogue form(s) to your report to prompt for parameters before running a report
Using built-in script you can manage the interactions with dialogue form controls and perform complex data handling
Finally, view the result and print or export it to many common document formats



Connect to any database, use any of its tables or create queries
Add dialogue form(s) to your report to prompt for parameters before running a report
Using built-in script you can manage the interactions with dialogue form controls and perform complex data handling
Finally, view the result and print or export it to many common document formats





Features:

FastReport.Net is written in C# and contains only managed code. It is compatible with .NET Framework 2.0 and higher. .NET Framework 1.x is not supported
Full source code is available. FastReport.Net can be customized to suit your needs
Object Map. You can add geographical maps to your report.
Support the clouds. FastReport.Net can save reports to one of three services: Google Drive, DropBox and SkyDrive.
Reasonable price and licensing policy. At a reasonable price you get a full-featured reporting solution with royalty-free runtime report engine and a designer!
Extendable FastReport.Net architecture allows you to create your own objects, export filters, wizards and DB engines. If existing features are not enough for you then extend them!
Supports RDL format - import and export. RDL vs. FastReport.Net comparison table
Imports Crystal Reports templates. Crystal Reports vs. FastReport .NET comparison table.
Very compact and really Fast!

Current version
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[Engine]
+ added events to TrueTypeCollection object. New demo programm shows how to use them - .\Demos\C#\FontHandlersExportToPDF
+ added an ability to change decimal digits for Number, Currency and Percent formats when UseLocale property is true
- fixed bug with trying to convert DBNull in empty string when ConvertNulls is disabled

[Designer]
- fixed bug with dropping color, width and style in Border editor
- fixed bug with resize PolyLineObject/PolygonObject, when copy with Ctrl+Button
+ added ability to create new report page using: "+" button on the pages panel, double-click on empty space on the pages panel, "Ctrl+N" shortcut
- fixed bug with inactive context menu "Size Mode" for SVG object

[Exports]
+ added property Split pages for export to XML
+ added support for Padding property in Word2007 export
* now in PDF export with InteractiveForms = true fonts won't be saved if there aren't editable elements in the report
- fixed bugs when exporting a multi-page report in XML

[Preview]
+ added exports menu editor
> new editor available in user interface options; exports are now could be removed from exports menu
+ now data source menu in Text Editor is hidden in Preview

[.Net Core]
- fixed bug with SQLite plugin if database include null-values
- fixed critical bug on embedding fonts


Version 2019.4
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[Engine]
+ added Bezier curve for polygons
+ added new time format minutes:seconds [mm:ss]
+ added a new Json data connection integrated into the engine
+ added FontListFolder property in the Utils.Config
+ added RepeatBandNTimes property for bands
* updated a polygon object: now the polygon toolbar is displayed not near to the object, but in the main toolbar and in Ribbon; polygon modes are changed, new modes allow editing and adding curves
> because polygons have got strong changes, we want to get more detail about the change, the polygon has 5 editing modes: the first allows you to work with the whole object, the second for selecting and moving points, the third allows you to add new points to the polygon, the fourth allows you to edit the curves, the fifth to delete the points of the polygon. For the 3rd and 4th mode, you must select a point
- fixed image size calculation when AutoSize is enabled in the preparation stage
- fixed RichText lists format
- fixed a bug when font changed in parent report were not changed in inherited report
- fixed a bug with changing the GroupHeaderBand hierarchy if it had a child GroupHeaderBand

[Designer]
+ added feature to edit the SQL query for the QueryBuilder; if the QueryBuilder cannot process the query a warning will be showed
* now when the name of data source changed, its name changes in expressions of TextObject.Text, PictureObject.DataColumn, DataBand.Filter and DataBand.Sort
- fixed TypeConverter on the TextObject.ParagraphFormat property
- fixed a bug with rising exception when double clicking on a TextObject
- fixed a bug with shadow of report when designer is in Right-to-Left mode
- fixed a bug when Query Builder adds extra comma
- fixed a bug with adding extra spaces in QueryBuilder
- fixed a bug with position of report shadow when zooming in Right-to-Left designer
- fixed a bug with the inability to return and cancel actions when copying the format

[Preview]
+ added the ability to subscribe to the PreviewControl.OnPrint and PreviewControl.OnExport events, which are called when the corresponding buttons are clicked
- fixed a bug with breaking ManualBuild table with CanBreak = false
- fixed a bug with display on the penultimate page with PageFooter PrintOn = LastPage

[Exports]
+ added Hyperlinks to RTF-export
+ added an ability to split pages with data in different sheets when exporting to Excel2007
* improved an example \Demos\C#\PrintZPL
- fixed a bug with export of bitmaps in ZPL
- fixed a bug with incorrect height of cells in Excel2007
- fixed a bug with exporting empty sheet in Excel2007
- fixed a bug with exporting the page with the wrong size in Excel97
- fixed a bug with exporting empty cells in Excel2007
- fixed a bug with strikethrough text in Excel2007 export
- fixed a bug with strikethrough text in Word2007 export, when using html-tags and conditional formatting
- fixed QR code position in ZPL export
- fixed page init priority in ZPL export
- fixed a bug with the same images duplication in the HtmlExport (properties: Layers, EmbeddedPictures)
- fixed a bug with the lack of hyperlinks in pictures, figures, QR-codes when exporting to PDF
- fixed a bug with exporting empty text to RTF, when using CanShrink = true and TextRenderType = HtmlParagraph
- fixed RichObject bugs - parsing RTF, enumerated lists, and text colors

[WebReport]
+ added PdfImagesOriginalResolution, PdfJpegCompression and PdfColorSpace properties
+ added rotation for pages with landscape orientation in printing from browser
+ added event CustomAuth

[.Net Core]
* graphics dependency changed from CoreCompat.System.Drawing to System.Drawing.Common
- fixed memory leak in PDF-export
- fixed memory leak in font engine
- fixed glyph widths in PDF-export
- fixed errors of report building with complex expressions ("Requested operation is not available because the runtime library function '' is not defined.")
- fixed display of fonts in PDF-export, reduced accuracy to 2 decimal places
- fixed bug with incorrect display of Arabic characters
- fixed TrueType font name conversion for extended weights
> font name conversion affected to FR.Core. The existing font.list file must be deleted manually, and will automatically rebuild on next export to PDF. Note that rebuilding of font.list takes long time.


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