animate rdlc/ssrs reports

We use RDLC reports in vb.net, we use VS2010 to develop, the reports connect with database in SQL Server 2014.  

We want to create animated column or pie charts, for example, a column chart is growing from bottom to top when the page is loaded.  

Can RDLC report do animation?  Do you have sample?  I don't know how to get started.
Thanks.
finditout1Asked:
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pcelbaCommented:
Do you mean something like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSA1j1-8yNQ ?
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finditout1Author Commented:
Yes!!  We will eventually put the report on Internet website.  What software needed to achieve that?
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finditout1Author Commented:
Is that a third party software?  It seems there are some third party software out there for animated reports.  What advantage to use this one?
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pcelbaCommented:
The video presents Stimulsoft software. It is possible to install it as a plugin for Microsoft Visual Studio.

Stimulsoft reports are often used with .NET Framework applications and Web applications. For desktop applications, the reports can be delivered via the application's user interface at runtime.

More info:  https://www.stimulsoft.com/en
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finditout1Author Commented:
Thank you!
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finditout1Author Commented:
How about Infragistics?  Does Infragistics has animated chart function?
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pcelbaCommented:
Infragistics allows e.g. Chart Animations. You may look here for more details: https://www.infragistics.com/help/wpf/datachart-chart-animation
or you may download the trial and test it yourself.
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pcelbaCommented:
Hi finditout1,

did you set your RDLCs in motion already?

I am just curious whether this question could be closed...

TIA
Pavel
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finditout1Author Commented:
I tried to close this question and give the point to pcelba's answer long time ago, but your website is very confusing now, I did not find any function to close the question and give point like you had years ago.  Am I missing something?
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pcelbaCommented:
Yes, the first time it is confusing... Simply click on the "Best solution" and also possibly on "Assisted solution" and then you may close the question.  You may also leave it for autoclosing process which will ask all contributors to close the question after 14 days.
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