Webinar Q&A: Make the Most of Your Reporting with JReport Experts

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During yesterday’s webinar, we discussed several different customer examples of how JReport Professional Services has helped to take reporting in their applications to the next level. With customized support in implementation, integration, optimization, training, and more Jinfonet’s experienced team of developers is available to help you every step of the way.

If you didn’t have a chance to watch the webinar live, you can download it here to watch on-demand. You can also take a look at some of the great audience questions we got to answer during the presentation yesterday.

If you find yourself wanting more information on our Professional Services or about JReport please contact sales@jinfonet.com

Question 1: How long does it take to learn JReport to be able to build reports like the ones seen in today’s demo?
JReport Quick Start Training with our experts is usually 5 days. This allows for 4 days of pre-defined training and 1 day of assisting you to build queries and reports using your own DBMS and application integration. This program however can also easily be customized to meet your individual needs.

Question 2: Do you have samples and documentation available for the JReport APIs such as single sign-on?  Do you have to use professional services to learn to use them?
JReport has extensive documentation, Javadoc, and samples for all the major APIs including single sign-on, security, design APIs to create and modify reports, and client and server APIs to run, schedule and view results.  It is more cost effective to use professional services to start with as it will cut your development time considerably; however, many customers have been successful in learning on their own.

Question 3: Does JReport allow you to use external IDEs such as Eclipse, to use the API and integrate JReport into your application?
Yes, you can use the IDE of your choice. It is easy to point to the JReport sample folder and create a project for either Eclipse, NetBeans, or the IDE of your choice.  JReport is 100% Java and the source code for the entire user interface is available through the JSP pages provided in JReport Server.

Once again, if you missed yesterday’s webinar, watch it now on-demand here!

 

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