Java Reporting Defined
A Java reporting tool is a reporting tool built on Java architecture that allows you to extract and present data in charts, tables, and other visualizations so users can better use information. It can also allow you to build paginated reports ideal for printing. A reporting tool is typically an application within a business intelligence (BI) software suite.
The Importance of Java Reporting
The widespread use of applications built on Java EE standards has given rise to the demand for Java based reporting tools. While these tools take advantage functionality of Java EE, not all solutions are created equal. Ease of use and ease of embedding are key differentiators amongst these tools. An open set of api customization options and flexibility in white-labeling are key to the embedding process both on the front-end and the backend.
JReport – The Leader in Java Reporting
JReport is a reporting tool that seamlessly integrates with any application. JReport’s Java EE architecture means that Java report development and deployment in diverse environments no longer requires costly integration of various resources, as JReport balances all of your available resources. JReport can be fully embedded and is a fully customizable reporting tool.
Self-Service BI reduces dependency on experts by allowing non-technical end users the ability to quickly develop new reports and dashboards on their own, on the fly.
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Sort, filter, drill and visualize your multi-dimensional data analysis with click-and-drag ease at lightening speeds.
Mash up charts, tables, crosstabs, maps and external components from different data sources.
Bolster your application’s data analytics with reports and dashboards that truly integrate into your architecture.