Windward Reports 4.0 Released

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  1. Windward Reports 4.0 Released (3 messages)

    Windward Studios today announced the public availability of Windward Reports 4.0. The new release introduces a suite of advanced report-presentation formats and a new version of AutoTag, Windward's Microsoft Word add-in that greatly simplifies report design and data sourcing.

    Windward Reports 4.0's new presentation formats create reports that communicate more effectively by way of colorful charts and graphs, as well as dynamically generated tables of contents, newspaper columns, bookmarks, and indexes. Also, report templates can now be WordML in addition to .RTF.

    AutoTag now features a select wizard and "drag & drop" functionality that combine to make report design simple. The wizard facilitates selecting and inserting correct data tags. Drag & drop lets users click and drag tags as opposed to re-keying them. Report design is thus faster and less error-prone.

    Summary of Windward Reports 4.0's New Capabilities
    Version 4.0 adds the following significant features to Windward Reports:

    Charts and graphs
    Tables of contents (that are built dynamically in final report)
    Indexes (built dynamically in final report)
    Bookmarks
    Newspaper-type columns
    Use of WordML templates
    "forEach" capability for handling multiple columns in a row

    New version of AutoTag:
    Select wizard
    Drag & drop
    Test reports generated in any format
    Toolbar at top
    Right Mouse Button menu has insert/edit/select tag
    Export/import of template data-source settings

    Windward Reports works by merging any XML, SQL or custom data source - or any combination thereof - with a Microsoft Word report template. It feeds data into the template to create a what-you-see-is-what-you-get report that can be generated in PDF, .RTF, HTML, WordML, .XLS, SpreadsheetML, .TXT, or multipart-MIME-email format. Available as a Java library, Windward Reports runs as a standalone application or in an enterprise computing environment.

    Windward Reports developer and production systems are available for purchase or free trial at www.windwardreports.com (7MB download).

    Windward Reports' user group spans 65 countries and all continents except Antarctica. User applications include financial statements, inventory reports, product-usage reports, purchase orders, invoices, training certificates, timesheets, and licenses. Other applications include reporting to meet requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley, Patriot Act, HIPAA, Health Level Seven, Gramm-Leach-Blailey, Basel II, and other U.S. and international acts and accords affecting financial services, real estate, government, and insurance industries and the consultants and integrators serving them.

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  2. Windward Reports 4.0 Released[ Go to top ]

    When you use the TSS CMS, the radio group at the bottom that allows you to pick between TSS.NET and TSS.COM -- yeah, you picked the wrong one.
  3. Windward Reports 4.0 Released[ Go to top ]

    When you use the TSS CMS, the radio group at the bottom that allows you to pick between TSS.NET and TSS.COM -- yeah, you picked the wrong one.
    Absolutely not. WR is for Java applications and it is Java application itself.
    Very handy for some usecases.
  4. if you actually checked the site[ Go to top ]

    http://www.windwardreports.com/features.htm

    "Here you can run a report. We have a sample using both servlets and JSPs. The U.I. is very simple so that it's easy to see how to use Windward Reports."

    or from the sysadmin guide:
    "Windward Reports is a Java library that runs under Java 1.3 or later. Some Java 1.3 implementations have serious bugs in their font rendering code and in those cases, you must use Java 1.4 or later."