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WPF Pivot Grid

Get the facts straight with a WPF pivot grid that lets your users slice, dice and filter the multidimensional data of your OLAP cube or data warehouse, putting the full power of online analytical processing within your WPF applications. 

 

Data Slicer

Our new Data Slicer lets you filter information quickly, in an interactive way. Why waste time figuring out what the data means and how it's shaped when you can simply pre-define the filter in a slicer, and provide your end users with a simple interaction/analysis model?

WPF Pivot Grid  

 

OLAP Data Source

Give end users a true drill-down experience by integrating our xamDataChart control with an OLAP data source.

OLAP Data Source  

 

WPF Business Intelligence

Our WPF OLAP Pivot Grid lets users work with multidimensional data (MDX) from your cubes, data warehouses from XMLA SAP and Oracle, or Microsoft® SQL Server® Analysis Services.

Unlock the potential of your data warehouses, your OLAP cubes and your multidimensional data stores using the WPF pivot grid.  

 

Drag and Drop

Users intuitively drag and drop fields from the field selector onto the xamPivotGrid and rearrange the fields within row and column groups to see their data sliced and diced however they wish.

Drag and drop any fields to and from labeled areas of the OLAP pivot table.  

 

Filtering

Let users filter the data so they see only the data pertinent to their analysis.

Users can select filtering options so that they only see the data they want.

 

Drilldown

Expandable row and column fields to allow your users to drilldown into the data to extract meaning from the numbers.

Expand any dimensions shown on the WPF OLAP pivot grid to drilldown into the data. 

 

Summaries

Row and column groups are totaled in summary fields, so your users can make quick part-to-whole comparisons.

Use the WPF OLAP pivot grid to see the total values along each dimension for a measure.

 

Custom Header and Cell Templates

Specify custom data templates for cells, headers, and rows.

Specify custom data templates for cells, headers, and rows in the WPF Pivot Grid.  

 

Disabled Components

Give the ability to enable or disable the sub components of the pivot grid for logical pivoting of data.

Give the ability to enable or disable the sub components of the pivot grid for logical pivoting of data.  

 

Dynamic Metadata Tree

Choose which items are included in the metadata tree and which are excluded.

Choose which items are included in the metadata tree and which are excluded in the WPF pivot grid.  

 

Hiding Columns and Rows

Enable your users to hide columns and rows from the grid. You can also hide columns and rows programatically!

Hide columns and rows in the WPF pivot grid.