Hi all, I need to develop basic reporting capabilities in my J2EE application but don't need all the fancy abilities that commercial products have. Need to have ability to provide filtering, groupings, totals, drilldowns and export to different formats. I would go with Open Source and pay for support, but I couldn't find any LGPL licensed reporting engine/tool. I cannot use GPL since it requires to open my source code. May be for the basic capabilities I'm looking to implement the cheapest way would be to develop something inhouse... Please advise...
- Posted by: Eugene Yamnizky
- Posted on: March 04 2008 17:13 EST
- Re: Need advise on low cost Web Reporting by Teja Kantamneni on March 04 2008 17:36 EST
- Re: Need advise on low cost Web Reporting by Johnny Zetterstrom on March 11 2008 12:05 EDT
- Recommend a free reporting tool to you by Zhou Feng on October 31 2008 00:52 EDT
- Recommend a free reporting tool for you by Zhou Feng on November 05 2008 00:36 EST
- Try FastReport freereportin tool by Herberts NEWTON on December 21 2009 09:25 EST
Have you seen Jasper Reports?? Its pretty promising and matured product. Also has tools like iReport and JasperPal to support.
If you only need to view the reports online, and can design the report offline, then BIRT is a very good reporting engine: www.eclipse.org/birt/ The report designer is excellent but as I said, offline. Johnny Webworks JEExplorer - file explorer for your Java web applications
Hi Eugene, You can see some demos of using the BIRT Designer at BIRT Exchange. It's very easy to use. (http://www.birt-exchange.com/modules/wfdownloads/index.php?contenttype=1) I would recommend BIRT based on your question because it is easy to add filters, groups, and totals, and you can create drill-down reports from one report to the next in a wizard very easily. It is designed for the web and outputs in formats like PDF, HTML, XLS, DOC, PPT, etc and comes with a nice web viewer to integrate into a webapp. If you need the user to design all this through the web and more report management stuff like scheduling and security then you are getting into the commercial products like BusinessReport Studio and iServer Express. Virgil
Hi, I am using RAQ Report, a powerful reporting tool. I am glad to recommend RAQ Report to you, as I am sure that it will help you to do your jobs much more easily. It is a pure Java reporting tool, which is very simple for learning. I became skillful in it after only five classes, and I have used it for half a year. RAQ Report is a free Java reporting tool, and you can get it at http://www.raqsoft.com/.
RAQ Report is a free Java reporting tool. It is powerful, while it is very easy to learn. I have used it for a long time, and it helps me a lot. You can get it easily at http://www.raqsoft.com/.
Hi, Why cant you try FastReport free report.Try it and see how it works grade yourself:http://fast-report.com/en/products/