Jinfonet Newsletter - June 2010
JReport 10 Beta Now Available
JReport 10 Beta Now Avaliable
Test drive JReport's new Web 2.0 Reporting with unique scalability and performance. See how dashboard and flash outputs work responsively to provide rich data visualization.

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Webinar: Business Intelligence Security

Secure Information Delivery Techniques You Should Know

Learn more in our June 9th Webinar!

When embedding a BI reporting solution in your application, it’s essential to ensure reports are delivered securely and efficiently.
Business Intelligence Security
We will systematically analyze the security issues developers face, and discuss solutions from basic features like authentication and single-sign on through advanced features such as multi-level report bursting. We will show you how JReport can help you easily integrate a solution in your application with all of these capabilities.

Join BI veteran Greg Harris and Jinfonet Software as they break down BI Reporting Tools' security models, giving you an inside look on how to secure your information delivery.

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Webinar: 7 Reporting Essentials for ISV's

Reporting software can either help or hinder an ISV's success. Learn the key requirements and how JReport addresses them.

7 Reporting Essentials for ISV'sLearn more in our June 23rd Webinar!

Independent Software Vendors face a unique set of challenges when trying to incorporate a reporting solution. For ISVs, issues such as rapid development, customization, cross-platform support, installation, licensing and API flexibility are compounded by the number of clients they serve.

Join us to see how JReport’s flexible Java reporting solution comprehensively addresses all the ISV’s requirements. We will also demonstrate how an ISV customer successfully embedded JReport in its application.

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Tech Tip: Scheduling a Report Using Dynamic Names

Scheduling Report Using Dynamic Names When you schedule the same report set to run periodically and generate the result to the file system, if you give a fixed name, then only the last generated report result can be kept on the disk. With the support of a dynamic folder name and file names, you will be able to keep multiple copies of the generated result on the disk. This will also avoid the difficulties of managing too many files under a single directory...

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In This Issue:

Product Release: JReport 10 Beta Now Available

Webinar: Business Intelligence Security

Webinar: 7 Reporting Essentials for ISV's

Tech Tip: Scheduling a Report Using Dynamic Names


Insight Corner

JReport Designer: Report development environment that enables sophisticated report design and presentation of critical business data.

JReport Enterprise Server: Java report generation and management tool that can be deployed to any Java EE application server.

JReport Live: Reports can be viewed in any modern enterprise format - through a web browser via JReport Live technology (Dynamic HTML) and static HTML or as standard business documents.


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