RadarCube is a fast and powerful ASP.NET and Silverlight OLAP control providing you with a unique chance of supplying the web site with the MS Analysis 2000 (or above) client abilities. It is written in C# and can be an excellent substitute for the OWC PivotTable control.The main features are:- Royalty free!- Grid and Chart visualization modes- 100% managed no ActiveX code- All ASP.NET advantages. 100% AJAX or Silverlight- Supports IE Firefox Opera and Chrome- Supports the Microsoft Analysis 2000 2005 2008 2012 or local cube files using ADOMD.NET- Two working modes: cube browsing and displaying the results of any MDX-queries.- Ability to create additional calculated measures on the client or server side. - Supports additional calculated members of hierarchies on the clientserver side.- Web parts support- Time intelligence support- Fixed columnsrows headers on scrolling the grid (all browsers) - Ability to simultaneously display a set of measures named sets and KPIs in the Grid. - Interactive drill-down support of all types of hierarchies separately for every grid cell. - Saving and restoring the current OLAP slice. - Member grouping on any hierarchy level without changing the hierarchy levels structure. - Separate hierarchy or dimension sorting on any level. Ability of any sorting method overriding. - Ascending or descending sorting based on any column value in the OLAP grid. - Supports filtering of any set of hierarchy members with or without applying these filters in the OLAP calculations. - Auto filtering of the hierarchy members depending on their values in the grid. An ability to select some majorminor members either according to their rank or on the Pareto principle. - Custom rendering in any grid cell. - Custom popup menus in the grid (all browsers). - Handy integration with charting and other third-party components. - Flexible export to: BMP CSV GIF HTML JPEG PDF PNG TIFF TXT XLS XML.
The main feature of the new release is the new control HTML OLAP Chart that allows visualizing OLAP slices as graphs counting solely on HTML 5 capabilities.Complete list of changes can be found here: http:www.radar-soft.comproductsrasp_versions.aspx