LINQ to Reports... As in transform your LINQ queries into reports, with extensible formats like Excel, PDF, CSV, HTML
DoddleReport builds tabular reports from any IEnumerable datasource. Out of the box it can render reports to Excel, PDF, HTML, and CSV – fully pluggable of course. I created the project to provide reporting output over the LINQ queries we had already written for an application, but maybe you can find other uses for it.
So what does it generate?
The following samples are generated live in real-time (notice the data will change every time you open the report)
DoddleReport automatically generates tabular reports from any IEnumerable datasource.
Out of the box it can render reports to Excel, PDF, HTML, and CSV – fully pluggable of course. I designed the project to provide reporting output over the LINQ queries we had already written for the application, but maybe you can find other uses for it.
New to DoddleReport?
- Look at the Building Your First Report page
- Review the documentation
- Get it! The preferred install method is NuGet, but the compiled Binaries can be found under Downloads or just get the latest source
DoddleReport has been split into multiple packages to support more users’ needs. See their Descriptions within NuGet for more on the differences
- Install-Package DoddleReport
- Install-Package DoddleReport.Web
- Install-Package DoddleReport.iTextSharp
- Install-Package DoddleReport.AbcPdf
- Install-Package DoddleReport.OpenXml
- Install-Package DoddleReport.Dynamic
New in v1.2
- NEW WRITER: A new OpenXML ExcelReportWriter found in the DoddleReport.OpenXml package, courtesy of Louis-Philippe Perras
- NEW WRITER: A new iTextSharp PDF writer can be found in the DoddleReport.iTextSharp package, courtesy of Louis-Philippe Perras (thanks again!)
- Breaking change: The root namespace changed from Doddle.Reporting to just DoddleReport
- Breaking change: The Default Orientation for reports is now Portrait
- All Web references moved to separate project to allow for .NET Client Profile support for WinForms/WPF
- Added “myReport.RenderHints.BooleansAsYesNo = true” to write Yes/No on the reports for boolean fields
- Added custom FileName support for web reporting as requested in Discussions
- Added MVC Areas support by calling areaRegistrationContext.MapReportingRoute();
- Various Bug fixes and enhancements as reported in the Discussion forum and Issue Tracker
Okay, that's kind of awesome...