In Part 1 of this series, we went over an introduction to
DotNetNuke (DNN). We also delved into table structure, then some basic SQL Statements.
As mentioned in the first part, many people are using DotNetNuke (DNN) as their
option as a CMS application. DNN has grown into one of the most popular open source
frameworks for Portals in the .NET space.
In this series of articles we will go over how to create a
few different custom reports using DNN. In this article we will focus on
creating reports for forums and access reports. For a brief overview of DNN, see
article 1 and the DotNetNuke site.