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data stored as product ID and provide interactive sorting capabilities for the user on the Product Name column. The report should meet all the characteristics described in Table 13-1, and the report output should match Figure 13-1. Table 13-1. Report Characteristics
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Figure 13-1. Output of the Barcode Product List report
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A barcode is most commonly used in areas that make use of 12-digit UPCs (Universal Product Codes). The UPC is assigned to retail merchandise to identify both the product and the vendor who sells it. Typing this rather long 12-digit number to identify every item is surely more effort than letting a scanner do the job. Barcodes convert the UPC to machine-readable format.
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Barcodes consist of black lines such that the width of each black line and the white space between lines coincides with the numbers of the UPC. In this report, the UPC is the data contained inside the ProductID column from table RealWorld.tblBarcode.
Creating a Windows Forms Project
Please open Visual Studio, and use the following steps, illustrated in Figure 13-2, to create a Windows application project: 1. Click File New Project, or press the hot keys Ctrl+Shift+N. 2. In the Project types pane of the New Project dialog box, select Visual C# Windows. 3. In the Templates pane, select Windows Application. 4. Please give the application a name; I ve called the project Barcode. You may choose a different location for storing the application files according to your preference. 5. Click the OK button to finish the process. After you click OK, Visual Studio will create a new Windows application project. You ll also notice that a new form with the name Form1 is part of the project.
Figure 13-2. Create a new Windows application. If you face difficulty creating the Windows forms application project, then I d advise you to revisit 4 for detailed instructions. Let s move on and add the dataset and ReportViewer to the project. Let s start by selecting the project in Solution Explorer, rightclicking it, and selecting Add New Item DataSet. Please name the dataset dsBarcode.
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Before you add the ReportViewer, please make sure Form1 is open in the designer. Now, let s add the ReportViewer to the project by dragging Data ReportViewer from the toolbox and dropping it onto the form. Please make sure you set the properties in Table 13-2. After you specify all the properties, your Form1 should look similar to Figure 13-3. Table 13-2. Property Settings for the Barcode Project
Object
Form1 Form1 reportViewer1
Property
Text Size Dock
Value
Barcode third-party control example 790, 500 Fill
Figure 13-3. The project after adding the dataset and ReportViewer
Step 1: Creating a Data Table
Since we already have the dataset in the project, it s time to add a data table to it. Please use the following steps to add a data table inside the dataset: 1. You can go to the dataset designer in two ways: double-click dsBarcode inside Solution Explorer, or right-click the dsBarcode node and select View Designer. 2. Let s add the data table by right-clicking the design surface and selecting Add DataTable.
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3. Click the header of the newly created data table, and name it dtBarcode. Let s start adding columns to dtBarcode by right-clicking the data table and selecting Add Column. 4. Please add the following columns into the data table, which should then look similar to Figure 13-4: ProductID (System.Int32) Name (System.String) Description (System.String)
Figure 13-4. Final look of the data table dtBarcode
Step 2: Designing the Report Layout
Let s take a moment to analyze the report layout shown in Figure 13-1. The report lists information in three different columns. What makes this report interesting is the first column; instead of a numeric ProductID, we will see sophisticated barcode. The second interesting feature of this report is the interactive sorting ability on Product Name column. We re all set to start working on designing the report layout. Let s add the report by selecting the project in Solution Explorer, right-clicking it, and selecting Add New Item. Next, select Report from the Add New Item dialog box. Please name the report rptBarcode.rdlc. Click the Add button to complete the process and make a new report part of the project.
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