ActiveAnalysis for Silverlight, Windows Forms, and ASP.NET allows developers to rapidly embed out-of-the box OLAP, data visualization and Business Intelligence features in Windows and Web applications with one convenient purchase! With the ability to connect to virtually any data source and support for three development platforms, rolling out your own ad hoc Business Intelligence application is now easier than ever.
Why is ActiveAnalysis your complete solution?
- Support for Silverlight, Windows Forms and ASP.NET development in one component.
- Charts, pivot tables and data visualization in one programmable control.
- Rich drag-and-drop user experience encourages self-discovery of data.
- Excel exports allow end users to share analysis results offline.
- Flexible data binding allows you to treat relational data as multi-dimensional.
- Native support for SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) and custom intelligent MDX queries.
Existing customer? Why upgrade to ActiveAnalysis 2?
- Export your analysis results to Excel so you can easily share your findings with others.
- Deliver Windows-like functionality in the browser with Microsoft Silverlight® support.
- Uncover trends more easily with a continuous view of discrete data.
- Give users more power with automatic selection of the most appropriate visual format based on the current layout.
- Learn more quickly with improved product documentation and more.
ActiveAnalysis - What's New
ActiveAnalysis 2 (formerly Data Dynamics Analysis) is a complete OLAP, data visualization and Business Intelligence component for Silverlight, Windows Forms and ASP.NET that allows you to rapidly embed interactive, ad hoc Business Intelligence features for both Windows and Web applications.
Major new features include:
SSAS actions enhance your analysis capabilities
Developers using MdxDataSource can now initiate SSAS (SQL Server Analysis Services) actions such as URL, Report, and HTML through ActiveAnalysis to enhance the analysis capability of cube data.
Generate in-memory schema through Schema objects
Use Schema objects to generate in-memory schema in Relational and XML Data Sources. This provides developers flexibility in determining whether to provide a schema file path or a schema object when setting a custom schema.
Use ADO.NET data providers
ActiveAnalysis now provides the ability to connect to databases using ADO.NET data providers. Developers can now use custom data providers such as SQLite and SQLCE to create data connections.
View all underlying data
Now developers can determine what they want to show their users as underlying data. They may choose between making only the fact table accessible to the end user or provide them access to all of the underlying data.
Display totals row by default
Users can decide if they want a default totals row to be displayed at the end of their data or add default subtotals rows to groups of data.
Common namespaces accessible through a single assembly
Commonly used namespaces like ActiveAnalysis.Schema, ActiveAnalysis.Layout, ActiveAnalysis.DataSources are now in a common assembly file (GrapeCity.ActiveAnalysis.dll). Using this file, they can be accessed from any platform with ease.
Windows Forms, ASP.NET, Silverlight
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