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 [Expand]Get Started with DevExpress Reporting
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   Cross-Platform Reporting
  [Expand]WinForms Reporting
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     Manual Integration of Reporting Extensions Into an Existing Project
     Application Deployment
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    End-User Documentation
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   Localization
   Redistribution and Deployment
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 End-User Documentation
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ASP.NET MVC Reporting

The topics in this section describe how to create reporting applications in ASP.NET MVC:

Note

In v19.1, the ASP.NET Document Viewer has become deprecated. We recommend that you use the newer Document Viewer instead. If you still want to use the deprecated Document Viewer, see documentation for v18.2.

Tip

The DevExpress Channel provides the following video lessons related to web reporting applications:

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