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Create a Cross-Tab Report (Runtime Sample)

The following code generates a cross-tab report by utilizing the XRPivotGrid control.

Before running this code, add all necessary assemblies to the project's References list (e.g., DevExpress.XtraPivotGrid.v19.1.dll and DevExpress.PivotGrid.v19.1.Core.dll).

Next, add a button (button1) to the application's form and handle its Click event as follows.

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