Reports & Charts
JasperReports is an open source Java reporting tool that can write to a variety of targets, such as: screen, a printer, into PDF, HTML, Microsoft Excel, RTF, ODT, Comma-separated values or XML files.
It can be used in Java-enabled applications, including Java EE or web applications, to generate dynamic content. It reads its instructions from an XML or .jasper file.
JasperReports is part of the Lisog open source stack initiative.
JasperReports is an open source reporting library that can be embedded into any Java application. Features include :
Scriptlets may accompany the report definition, which the report definition can invoke at any point to perform additional processing. The scriptlet is built using Java, and has many hooks that can be invoked before or after stages of the report generation, such as Report, Page, Column or Group.
For users with more sophisticated report management requirements, reports designed for JasperReports can be easily imported into the JasperServer - the interactive report server.
Teodor Danciu began work on JasperReports in June 2001, the sf.net project was registered in September 2001 and JasperReports 0.1.5 was released on November 3, 2001.
JasperReports Version 1.0 was released on July 21, 2005.
The code was originally licensed under a copyleft JasperReports License and later moved to LGPL.
Jaspersoft was originally called Panscopic, and was founded by Al Campa, CEO, and Raj Bhargava, VP of Products in 2001. Panscopic raised $23M from Doll Capital, Discovery Ventures, Morgenthaler Ventures, and Partech. In 2004 Panscopic teamed up with Teodor Danciu, acquired the intellectual property of JasperReports, and changed the name of the company to Jaspersoft. Brian Gentile became CEO in 2007.
Jaspersoft provides commercial software around the JasperReports product, and negotiate contracts with software developers that wish to embed the JasperReports engine into a closed source product.
Jaspersoft's main related product is JasperReports Server, a Java EE web application that provides advanced report server capabilities such as report scheduling and permissions. It is available under an open source license for use in conjunction with open source infrastructure such as MySQL and JBoss, or a commercial license for enterprise deployments involving commercial databases and application servers.
Jaspersoft is a gold partner with MySQL, and JasperReports was included in the PostgreSQL distribution Bizgres version 0.7
JasperReports reports are defined in an XML file format, called JRXML, which can be hand-coded, generated, or designed using a tool. The file format is defined by a Document Type Definition (DTD) or XML schema for newer versions, providing limited interoperability. The main difference between using XML and a .jasper file is that the XML file should be compiled at runtime using the JasperCompileManager class.
- Jasper Reports >> Third-party tools :
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There are many tools providing JasperReport capabilities:
iReport, an open source standalone graphical program that provides report designer capabilities, and is able to run reports using all data source supported by the JasperReports engine. iReport is actively maintained by JasperSoft.
DynamicReports, an open source Java reporting library based on JasperReports. It allows to create dynamic report designs and it doesn't need a visual report designer.
SWTJasperViewer, an open source reusable component that can be embedded in any SWT/JFace application such as Eclipse.
Report Integration Framework, an open source report abstraction layer.
five Eclipse plug-ins that provide report designing and debugging capabilities, including:
a commercial Eclipse plug-in called JasperAssistant. The JasperAssistant plug-in is built using SWTJasperViewer.
JasperWave Report Designer - free Eclipse-based report designer for JasperReports report engine
Plazma Report Designer, an open source JasperReports designer plugin for Eclipse.
WebReportBuilder, an open source Java EE web application that allows web based developers and non developers to create basic and advanced Reports based on JasperReports to be used as a Web Report Server.
OpenReports, a Java EE web application that provides advanced report server capabilities with support for four open source reporting engines: JasperReports, JFreeReport, JXLS, and Eclipse BIRT.
JasperTags, a JSP tag library for easy inclusion of reports in web applications.
Aspose.Words for JasperReports, for converting reports from JasperReports and JasperServer to Word formats.
Aspose.Slides for JasperReports, for converting to PowerPoint PPT and PPS formats.
The Information Management System for Mine Action (IMSMA) uses JasperReports for its reporting capability. It is the most commonly used planning software for humanitarian demining.
- Many prominent Java IDEs provide instructions for users wishing to integrate JasperReports into a project.
- iReport - a visual designer for JasperReports
- Jaspersoft Studio - a re-write of iReport by the same team who originally developed iReport, backed by Jaspersoft
- JasperWave Report Designer - free Eclipse-based visual editor for JasperReports report engine
- IBM Websphere Studio Application Developer
- JFreeChart :
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- JFreeChart is an open-source framework for the programming language Java, which allows the creation of a wide variety of both interactive and non-interactive charts.
- JFreeChart supports a number of various charts, including combined charts:
- X-Y charts (line, spline and scatter). Time axis is possible.
- Pie charts
- Gantt charts
- Bar charts (horizontal and vertical, stacked and independent). It also has built-in histogram plotting.
- Single valued (thermometer, compass, speedometer) that can then be placed over map.
- Various specific charts (wind chart, polar chart, bubbles of varying size, etc.).
- It is possible to place various markers and annotations on the plot.
- JFreeChart also works with GNU Classpath, a free software implementation of the standard class library for the Java programming language.
- JFreeChart automatically draws the axis scales and legends. Charts in GUI automatically get the capability to zoom in with mouse and change some settings through local menu. The existing charts can be easily updated through the listeners that the library has on its data collections.
Relation with Eastwood Charts
Eastwood Charts is an open source implementation of the Google Chart API, with charts rendered using JFreeChart. Both Eastwood Charts and JFreeChart are under the terms of LGPL and developed by David Gilbert
- Google Chart API :
Google Chart API
The Google Chart API is a tool that lets web application developers create charts from some data and embed it in a web page. Many types of charts are supported, and by making the request into an image tag, people can simply include the chart in a web page.
Originally, Google offered charts as a PNG image of a chart from data and formatting parameters in an HTTP request. But since April 2012 Google is now using SVG (VML for older browsers) to draw the charts. The Google Image Charts API is deprecated (but still works).
Originally it was an internal tool to support rapid embedding of charts within Google's own applications (like Google Finance for example). Google decided it would be a useful tool to make available to web developers. It officially launched on December 6, 2007. Currently, line, bar, pie and radar charts, as well as Venn diagrams, scatter plots, sparklines, maps, google-o-meters, and QR codes are supported.
Open source implementation
Instead of creating the URL request manually, there are many open source external libraries available for most programming languages.
Besides libraries, Eastwood Charts is an Open Source compatible version of Google Charts. It uses encodings that match the Google Chart API and adds its own features such as trendline overlay, 3D effects for bar charts, etc. Eastwood Charts install on its own Java Servlet server and won't send their data to Google for processing.
- I-net Crystal-Clear :
i-net Clear Reports (formerly known as i-net Crystal-Clear) is a Java-based cross-platform reporting application providing a report designer and a server component to create reports in numerous output formats like PDF, HTML, PS, RTF, XLS, TXT, CSV, SVG, XML, as well as being viewable in a Java applet or Swing component. Application programmers can integrate i-net Clear Reports using the public API which spans over 200 classes. Starting with release 11.0 i-net Clear Reports also supports the .NET programming language and offers a public API for further integration in other products.
in Version 11.0 i-net Crystal-Clear was renamed to i-net Clear Reports. At this time it also gained .NET integration as a major feature. i-net Crystal-Clear was primarily designed to read Crystal Reports templates. It had to be capable of reading the RPT report format and producing a reasonable output. For exporting and saving reasons a new file format had to be created later on, enabling Crystal-Clear to save the API results back and make them editable by a designer.
In 2002 the first version of i-net DesignerXML, the report designer, was written using Java Swing. The editing concept is slightly different from some other designers, using a band-oriented report template format, meaning that reports are designed based on rows of data.
The development efforts has changed in more recent years to a full reporting platform approach, rather than the developer-only, framework-based one.
True to its roots, i-net Crystal-Clear still has the ability to read and execute Crystal Reports report templates up until the latest versions of Crystal Reports.
Unlike Crystal Reports, however, the i-net Crystal-Clear report file format has always been an open format. Until version 9.0 it was an XML format. Since version 9, the report file format is in a zip-based format similar to OpenDocument.
Being a Java application, i-net Clear Reports has the ability to run on a variety of platforms and environments. There is virtually no restriction concerning data sources that can be used, as long as there is a JDBC driver available for accessing the data. For non-JDBC data sources, there are how-to's to write simple mini-drivers. With the new .NET API it got even more flexible and allows integration into .NET based applications.
i-net Clear Reports comes as a standalone server as well as a servlet which can be run on any Java EE application server such as Tomcat, Jetty, IIS, or Apache (via PHP).
Features can be added using the public API, or by adding custom JavaBeans which can be added to reports. User defined functions (UDF) extend the formula features of the embedded formula calculation routines.
- Eclipse BIRT Project :
Eclipse BIRT Project
The Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) Project is an open source software project that provides reporting and business intelligence capabilities for rich client and web applications, especially those based on Java and Java EE. BIRT is a top-level software project within the Eclipse Foundation, an independent not-for-profit consortium of software industry vendors and an open source community.
The project's stated goals are to address a wide range of reporting needs within a typical application, ranging from operational or enterprise reporting to multi-dimensional online analytical processing (OLAP). Initially, the project has focused on and delivered capabilities that allow application developers to easily design and integrate reports into applications.
The project is supported by an active community of users at BIRT Exchange and developers at the Eclipse.org BIRT Project page.
BIRT has two main components: a visual report designer within the Eclipse IDE for creating BIRT Reports, and a runtime component for generating reports that can be deployed to any Java environment. The BIRT project also includes a charting engine that is both fully integrated into the report designer and can be used standalone to integrate charts into an application.
BIRT Report designs are persisted as XML and can access a number of different data sources including JDO datastores, JFire Scripting Objects, POJOs, SQL databases, Web Services and XML.
The BIRT project was first proposed and sponsored by Actuate Corporation when Actuate joined the Eclipse Foundation as a Strategic Developer on August 24, 2004. The project was subsequently approved and became a top-level project within the Eclipse community on October 6, 2004 The project contributor community includes IBM, and Innovent Solutions.
In 2007 IBM's Tivoli Division adopted BIRT as the infrastructure for its Tivoli Common Reporting (TCR) product. TCR produces historical reports on Tivoli-managed IT resources and processes.
The initial project code base was designed and developed by Actuate beginning in early 2004 and donated to the Eclipse Foundation when the project was approved.
- JReport :
JReport is a Java-based business intelligence application developed by Jinfonet Software. Jinfonet released the 11th edition of JReport, in April 2012.
JReport can be deployed as an embedded reporting engine in other applications, as a stand alone system, or in any cloud environment.
JReport Designer: A Java Swing-based report design tool.Designer is capable of building reports from many data sources including JDBC/ODBC compliant data bases, Web Services, XML, flat files, Java objects, Database.com and others with support for multiple data sources in the same report.
JReport Server Live
JReport Server Live: The JReport component that interfaces with data sources and manages report distribution and version control. JReport Server Live provides a full administrator user interface to schedule reports and manage servers in a clustered environment in addition to providing ad hoc capabilities such as browser based report authoring.
JDashboard: A data visualization tool used to create, edit, and browse dashboards with components built in JReport Designer.
JReport Mobile: A free native iOS reporting application that provides data visualization through touchscreen interactions. JReport Mobile comes equipped with sample data. Users can connect to JReport Server to access their own dashboards built with JDashboard.
- ICharts :
iCharts is a U.S. based SaaS company providing an easy and affordable online service for interactive chart creation and social sharing. iCharts offerings range from free consumer subscriptions to high-end business subscriptions. The company’s vision is to empower the world to explore and share data by enabling the free flow of visual data among data owners, media, business and consumers.
Founded in 2008 by Seymour Duncker, Tyron Montgomery and Rajesh Setty, iCharts has become the leading chart processing, creation and distribution platform for business customers that include Fortune 500 companies and the market research firms that serve them. iCharts is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, and has offices in Munich, Germany and Pune, India.
iCharts reduces complex chart creation to a few intuitive drag'n'drop actions. The iCharts service includes a clipping capability, iCharts Studio for easy chart creation and the iCharts Gallery for storing and organizing unlimited charts.
The service includes :
Clip This Chart: Allows users to clip interesting charts for private storage in their free iCharts account and for sharing online. Users can also download the chart image in any standard document such PowerPoint or Microsoft Word.
iCharts Gallery: Each iCharts account has a Gallery where users can clip, store, organize and share their charts.
iCharts Studio: Users can create interactive charts online in minutes with zero programming. iCharts Studio lets users easily drag and drop data into iCharts templates using data from Excel or Google spreadsheets or from any data source using the iCharts free API.
Publish: Users can click the - Publish - button to generate the embed code that can be used to generate a public page where others can find their charts, or they can use the embed code on their own website or blog.
Flexible Formatting: iCharts Studio includes pre-selected chart templates and allows flexible formatting of fonts, colors and other visual charting elements including comments and annotations.
Built-in SEO: All iCharts-published charts are automatically SEO-friendly, so search engines can find the metadata in each published chart. Publishing data online using iCharts boosts SEO value dramatically.
Automatic Updating of Data: Publish data online using iCharts, and when you change the data, your chart will be updated automatically—whenever users refresh their screens.
With the iCharts API, organizations with big public data sets can use the free API to connect their data to the iCharts Chart Creation and Distribution service. When data is updated in the database, iCharts will find the data and update the chart when online pages are refreshed wherever the charts are embedded. In 2008, selected from more than 1,000 applicants, iCharts was selected as one of the 52 best start-ups to the industry’s most influential VCs, corporations, entrepreneurs and press at the TechCrunch50 Conference in San Francisco. The iCharts technology was launched on September 9, 2008.
- Open Reporting Application :
Open Reporting Application
Open Reporting Application (ORA) is a software product developed by World Programming. It is a combination of data analysis, reporting, and data management technologies. It provides a solution to many of the technical, security and deployment problems of distributing and printing real-time information for users located across departments, multiple offices, regions and countries.
Using a standard web browser, ORA enables users to share, print, create, modify and save reports in the popular formats of HTML, PDF and XLS. Written for the Java EE technology environment, ORA will easily integrate with other systems and databases.
- Web browser based interface for administration and end-user.
- Zero footprint on end-user machines.
- Multilingual support.
- Built-in security features and user preferences.
- Swift report download times.
- Real-time reporting.
- PDF and XLS output.
- Printer friendly reports.
- Download data and work offline.
- Plugs into most database and warehouse solutions.
- Point-and-click administration.
- ExtenXLS :
ExtenXLS is a Java Excel Reporting Toolkit developed by Extentech. It is a Reporting API that allows for the reading in, modifying and creation of spreadsheet-based reports from Java applications.
Written entirely in the Java programming language, ExtenXLS creates new spreadsheet files from scratch as well as from existing spreadsheet files templates. ExtenXLS has the ability to utilize data from any source and output it in Excel-compatible XLS, XML, and HTML formats.
Common uses range from a Java Servlet that produces financial analysis reports to Java beans embedded in JavaServer Pages for use in executing formula calculations. The ExtenXLS API can be used as a desktop spreadsheet component or embedded in a server application. With the ability to reuse existing spreadsheets, ExtenXLS can update template XLS files with fresh data from databases and output to custom reports. It has an Excel compatibility, template input files can range from a variety of complex legacy spreadsheets such as: surveys, checklists, what-if scenarios, and historical portfolio data.
ExtenXLS contains methods that can create new WorkBooks from scratch, allowing for the insertion of new cells containing text, and numeric data. The product allows for customization of output with hundreds of fonts, colors, patterns, borders, formulas, named ranges, and built-in formats such as: currency, date, financial and numeric formatting patterns.
Other potential uses include: user interfaces built with the included Java Swing spreadsheet components, and transformations of spreadsheets into HTML, and XML.
- JFreeReport :
JFreeReportJFreeReport is a free Java report library. It has the following features:
- * full on-screen print preview
- * data obtained via Swing's TableModel interface (making it easy to print data directly from your application)
- * XML-based report definitions
- * output to the screen, printer or various export formats (PDF, HTML, CSV, Excel, plain text)
- * support for servlets (uses the JFreeReport extensions)
License GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
- Datavision :
DataVision is an Open Source reporting tool similar to Crystal Reports. Reports can be designed using a drag-and-drop GUI. They may be run, viewed, and printed from the application or exported as HTML, XML, PDF, LaTeX2e, DocBook, or tab- or comma-delimited text files. The output files produced by LaTeX2e and DocBook can in turn be used to produce PDF, text, HTML, PostScript, and more.
License GNU General Public License (GPL)
- iReport :
iReport is a visual reporting tool based on JasperReports written in 100% pure java. You can manage charts, images, subreports,... Data can be retrived using JDBC, TableModels, JavaBeans, XML,...It supports output in PDF,XML,XLS,CSV,HTML,Java2D,...
License GNU General Public License (GPL)
- SWT Jasper Viewer :
SWTJasperViewer is a JasperReports viewer component for SWT/JFace based applications and Eclipse plug-ins. The component is designed with reusability in mind so it can suit as many projects as possible. SWTJasperViewer is developed as part of the JasperAssistant report designer where it's used for report preview.
License GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
- JChart2d :
A Java swing widget (JComponent) for precise runtime-dynamic display of tupels in form of a stripe chart. Intended for engineering task where precision is more important than a huge variety of different beautiful presentations. Key features are a minimal configuration effort, automatic scaling and labeling, thread-safeness, a clean and extendible API and extensive documentation.
License GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
- Open Reports :
OpenReports is a flexible open source web reporting solution that allows users to generate dynamic reports in a browser. OpenReports uses JasperReports, an excellent full featured open source reporting engine, and was developed using leading open source components including WebWork, Velocity, Quartz, and Hibernate.
License GNU General Public License (GPL)
- FreeReportBuilder :
FreeReportBuilder is an application to create a simple report quickly. Features of FreeReportBuilder:
- * FreeReportBuilder can work with any database that has a JDBC driver.
- * Include FreeQueryBuilder to create SQL queries without directly writing SQL.
- * Frb create graphs from the report because include JFreeChart .
- * JDBC administrator.
- * Load, save report in xml format.
- * Drag&Drop of any component.
- * Single-multi-selection of the component.
- * You can add images.
- * Headers and footers, group headers and footers.
- * On label, column, text you can change: color, font, etc.
- * Nested Report (report in report).
- * You can insert "Retrieval arguments" for to run a same report with different parameters on the WHERE clause.
- * Print/Save the results of report.
License GNU General Public License (GPL)
- Eastwood Charts :
Eastwood Charts is an independent and open source implementation of the Google Chart API. Eastwood Charts implements most of the features from Google Charts, and adds a few of its own (such as trendline overlay, 3D effects for bar charts, and optional(!) deployment via applets). Eastwood Charts uses JFreeChart to render the charts, and is aimed at web developers that want to incorporate charts into their web pages, but can't or won't send their data to Google for processing. Version 1.1.0 includes the following features: support for generating pie charts, bar charts, line charts and scatter plots, using encodings that match the Google Chart API; software you install on your OWN server; open source licensing under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public Licence (LGPL, version 2.1 or later), the same licence as JFreeChart.
License GNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
- Dynamic Reports :
DynamicReports is based on JasperReports. It allows to create dynamic report designs and it doesn't need a visual report designer. You can very quickly create reports and produce documents that can be displayed, printed or exported into many popular formats such as PDF, Excel, Word and others.
Why should I use DynamicReports ?
You can get a lot of benefits while using this library, such as
Easy to use
Very easy to use, which not only saves a lot of your time and money but also increases reporting productivity and decreases training time. Only a very small amount of code is needed to create a report and even more complex reports will be very clear, easy to maintain and understandable.
Dynamic report design
A design is created by a pure simple Java code. While it is generated at runtime, you can implement any logic in your code which decides how the report will look like, unlike the static reports (jrxml JasperReports templates) where the defined design cannot be changed at runtime.
It's ideal for ad hoc reporting where it is needed to create reports dynamically.
Inherited report design
A design can even be inherited from another design. This is impossible in static report designs designed in visual designers. No need for a visual designer
As mentioned above, a design is defined by a java code and hence you don't have to use a visual report designer. Visual designers are quite robust and require more effort and time for report creation.
This library enables you to create reports in your favorite IDE at the same speed as you write a java code.
Ability to mix dynamic designs with static designs (jasper jrxml templates)
You are able to design a part of the report in e.g. iReport and another part in DynamicReports.
There are two ways how they can work together:
static designs can be embedded in a dynamic design through subreports and placed into any band and any numbers of them static design as a base to which a dynamic design is added
DynamicReports is synchronized with a Maven central repository. For Maven projects you just add dependency to your maven configuration. In case you would like to use a development version, add a Sonatype Nexus snapshot repository to your maven configuration.
For non Maven projects you have to download a project with dependencies from the Download site.
To get started have a look at Getting started step-by-step tutorial which shows the basic usage of the tool. For more examples visit the Examples page where you will find a lot of useful examples.
In case you have questions regarding the usage, have a look at the Documentation and Forum. If you didn't get your answers there, feel free to post a question in the forum. To post in the forum you will need an account. If you don't have one, you can register at any time here.
If you think the library is missing a feature or has a bug, you can create a feature request or bug report in the Project tracker. Please provide a comprehensive description of your request when you are creating a new issue.
The DynamicReports project is grateful to the following company for its donations to the project: www.heathfortis.com
HealthFortis sponsored and helped to design the following components:
dynamicreports-adhoc project, grouped stacked bar chart, calculating and showing percentages on charts, showing values on charts.
- iReport Designer :
- The Report Development Tool for JasperReports and JasperReports Server
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iReport is the free, open source report designer for JasperReports and JasperReports Server. Create very sophisticated layouts containing charts, images, subreports, crosstabs and much more. Access your data through JDBC, TableModels, JavaBeans, XML, Hibernate, CSV, and custom sources. Then publish your reports as PDF, RTF, XML, XLS, CSV, HTML, XHTML, text, DOCX, or OpenOffice.
- jCharts :
jCharts is a 100% Java based charting utility that outputs a variety of charts. This package has been designed from the ground up by volunteers for displaying charts via Servlets, JSP's, and Swing apps.
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