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                                This example demonstrates how to create an End-User Reporting Application similar to a WinForms application that stores reports in the web server's filesystem. The ASPxFileManager control is used to implement the file Open and Save dialog boxes.

                                In this example, a separate ASP.NET UserControl named "FileDialogControl" is used to implement the Open/Save file dialog window. The ASPxCallback control is used to validate an entered file name in the dialog. FileDialogControl's client-side functionality is moved to a separate javascript class named ClientFileDialogControl (its source code is located in the ClientFileDialogControl.js file).

                                Important Note:  Data modifications are not allowed in our code examples, so there is code in the FilesystemReportStorageWebExtension class's SetData and SetNewData methods that throws exceptions when a report is saved. You should comment out these lines in the mentioned methods after downloading this code example to allow data modifications on your side.

                                See also:
                                How to integrate the Web Report Designer into a web application
                                Files to look at:

                                Default.aspx (VB: Default.aspx)
                                Default.aspx.cs (VB: Default.aspx.vb)
                                FileDialogControl.ascx (VB: FileDialogControl.ascx)
                                FileDialogControl.ascx.cs (VB: FileDialogControl.ascx.vb)
                                FilesystemReportStorageWebExtension.cs (VB: FilesystemReportStorageWebExtension.vb)
                                Global.asax.cs (VB: Global.asax.vb)
                                ClientFileDialogControl.js (VB: ClientFileDialogControl.js)