Saturday, March 15, 2014

Creating a Custom Report in AspDotNetStoreFront

If you have started working with AspDotNetStoreFront, you may have noticed that the out-of-the-box product does not ship with very many default reports.

Therefore, if you have a need to write a Custom Report that can be easily exported to MS Excel, you can follow this article to create a Custom Report:

One thing to note, however, is when you are writing your own custom reports, many of the fields in the AspDotNetStoreFront database still use the ntext data type (as of the current release v., thereby SEVERELY limiting the types of queries that you can write against the database.  Unfortunately, there is no current estimated timeframe as to when the product will be updated to support the newer varchar(MAX) and nvarchar(MAX) data types.


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