JReport Rebranding and Customization Topics Covered Customizing Window Icons Customizing Administration and Login Pages Customizing JReport Page Name, Page Logo, and Copyright Information Customizing Information and Links to Home, Help, Navigational Customizing Report Menus Customizing Error Page and Displays Introduction: The Benefits of Rebranding As an embedded reporting and analytics product
To achieve different styles of embedding reports and dashboards into your application, JReport offers different options for security and user authentication: JReport Built-in SSO, 3rd-Party SSO – OAuth 2.0, or URL Direct. A brief explanation of each follows. Option 1: JReport Built-in SSO Pros Cons More secure. Full control over customization by the development team.
Open the report in JReport Designer. In the Report Inspector, select Report Body, locate its Background property, click the first item Custom from the value drop-down list and then click More Fill Effects. In the Fill Effects dialog, switch to the Image tab. Browse to select an image and specify the other settings as required. Then click OK.
You can open that report in JReport Designer, select the crosstab and change the value of its property Repeat Column Header to true.
White-labeling and report customization are essential features of any embedded analytics product. The ease and flexibility of these types of customizations can make a huge difference in your implementation time. Many products allow developers to write detailed CSS manually to control the style of any web visualization.
JReport Server’s security system can run two modes in which you can use an LDAP server’s security system: importing mode and non-importing mode. Below diagram illustrates these two working modes: Importing mode: If you want to use the LDAP feature, you will have to import the security information from an LDAP server into the built-in security system (red line).