We’re a little more than 2 weeks away from the next JReport webinar, presenting the Top 4 Ways to Deploy Reporting in Your Business Application. In this webinar we will explore the best ways to deploy JReport, sharing in-depth insight on the process of fully integrating a robust solution into your business application.
JReport is currently exhibiting at JavaOne 2011, a conference hosted annually by Oracle for all things Java.
The General Services Administration (GSA) is an independent agency of the US Government working to manage and support the basic functioning areas of federal agencies by delivering products, services, and policies to its federal customers across several business lines.
Jinfonet proudly announced this week, First Protocol as a value added reseller for JReport. Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, First Protocol specializes in selling, supporting, developing, and customizing accounting applications- most notably Sage Accounting software.
1) Can ad hoc templates be saved? And can they be shared with members of my department, but have restricted access from anyone else? Yes. Anything that you modify or create as an ad hoc template can be saved, with the option to be saved in 2 different locations. Option 1: Every user has their own “My Reports” folder so anything you build can be easily saved to “My Reports”.
Are you looking for a way improve data visualization across your enterprise? JReport provides many advanced features that work to achieve just that. With the new addition of JDashboard, a tool that allows end users to mashup custom components like charts, tables, crosstabs, and other 3rd party widgets like Google Maps, users can quickly and easily transform raw data into readable metrics.
Our September webinar is just around the corner, and this month’s topic is Ad Hoc Reporting. The powerful ad hoc function in JReport helps to extend traditional reporting by empowering applications with interactive reports via the Web, and reaching beyond the pre-defined, static data snapshots that traditional reporting often provides.
It’s that time of year again, the annual JavaOne Conference is just around the corner! For those of you new to JavaOne, this is a conference dedicated entirely to Java, helping to extend education and networking opportunities to Java enthusiasts. Having regularly exhibited at the conference run by Oracle, Jinfonet will be present again this October, in San Francisco, for the event.
Highlighting the throughput performance and scalability of JReport 10 this brand new white paper establishes a replicable benchmark to evaluate the efficient processing and delivery of reports varying in complexity.
Agile BI is extremely important in the Business Intelligence field and JReport has a plethora of features for quick data interaction and analysis within the new product update, JReport 10.1. For many of you, Agile BI means developing reports quickly and easily, and cutting down on lengthy development cycles as well as the constant back and forth between end users and developers.