ASP.NET Core Dashboard Control
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Topics in this section describe how to integrate and configure the Web Dashboard in an ASP.NET Core web application.
Guide you through the server-side specifics of the ASP.NET Core Dashboard.
Guide you through the client-side specifics of the ASP.NET Core Dashboard.
Shows how to integrate the control into an existing ASP.NET Core application.
Describes how to create a dashboard storage to keep the created dashboards.
Shows how to provide a Web Dashboard with a set of predefined data connections.
Describes how to provide a Web Dashboard with a set of default data sources, which are available to end-users.
Describes how to specify the Web Dashboard's mode.
Shows how to specify a dashboard as a default.
Describes how to change the color scheme used to paint a Web Dashboard.
Shows how to get access to the DevExtreme widgets.
Shows how to configure the control's export settings.
Shows how to save the result of actions a user performs on the client.
Describes the dashboard's server-side data caching functionality, corresponding API, and how to update the cached data.
Restrictions and Limitations
The ASP.NET Core Dashboard control has the following limitations:
- OLAP mode supports only XML for Analysis (XMLA) with MSMDPUMP. Use the DashboardOlapDataSource.OlapDataProvider static property to specify the XMLA data provider.
- If the dashboard or specific dashboard items are exported to PDF or image formats, their content is saved to the Windows Metafile format, which is not supported by .NET Core. For information on how to overcome this limitation, refer to the Manage Exporting Capabilities.
- Export to images is disabled for .NET Core because of some problems in the Libgdiplus library. See T685212 and T685811 for more information.