Using Image as Page Report Background

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.…

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Using Geographic Maps in a Report

JReport provides geographic visualization and analysis by overlaying customized areas and markers onto interactive maps in Google Maps, OpenStreetMap and OpenCycleMap. JReport also supports Google Maps JavaScript API Version 3. Three types of maps can be displayed in JReport: Roadmap, Satellite, and Terrain. Conditional properties such as shape, size, color and label can be adjusted to…

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Advanced Geographic Maps using Page Reports

Advanced Geographic Maps using Page Reports

The geographic map component is a data component integrated with Google Maps, OpenStreetMap or OpenCycleMap, which enables analyzing data geographically. Using the Google Maps JavaScript API, three types of maps can be displayed in JReport: Roadmap, Satellite and Terrain. JReport only supports the Google Maps JavaScript API Version 3. A geographic map integrated with Google…

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Conventional CSS

JReport Customization with CSS

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. However, to do this for every visualization on…

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Two Working Modes

Configuring JReport Server to Connect to an LDAP Server

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…

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Enabling a Report for Multiple Languages using National Language Support (NLS)

JReport products implement a National Language Support (NLS) feature, with which you can run JReport in different language environments. JReport NLS is fully customizable on the application UI, the reporting UI, as well as the metadata and data. You can edit NLS in both JReport Designer and JReport Server, and what’s more, you can create…

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Choose Installation Set

Upgrading a Remote JReport Server in an Embedding Environment

Part 1: Download and install a new version of JReport Server Shut down the old version of JReport Server. Download a new version of JReport Server and install it. For Linux without GUI, use the following command. ./jrserver-xxxxxxx-linux.bin -i console (xxxxxxx is the build number) Choose option 3 for “Choose Installation Set”, and then type…

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Enabling SSL (HTTPS) in a Standalone JReport Server

JReport Server supports HTTPS requests in standalone mode. Secure ports for HTTPS requests should use different ports from non-secure ports for HTTP requests. By default, ports 6888 and 6889 are set as the secure ports separately for accessing the JReport Server user console and administration console, respectively. The URL for visiting JReport Server via HTTPS…

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Configuring and Setting Up JReport Server Cluster

This KB article assumes that you already have a general idea about the infrastructure of JReport Server Clusters and know the functions of the clustered servers. If this isn’t the case, refer to JReport Server Cluster. To set up a JReport Server Cluster, the following factors should be considered: How many servers will be included…

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