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  • Java Print Reports + Spring - suggestions

    Hello guys

    i need your experience and knowledge about this
    i am assigned for a project and specialy for reports, but i need print (of course to a printer machine)
    for a special type of paper dimensions like A4-A5 letter (but this is for payment report)
    maybe for american terms could be receipt o bill o payment bill (the dimension of the paper can be different)
    sorry for my grammar

    the question or doubt is what framework/tool/library i should use and why???
    exists jasperreports,itext,freemarker

    which is better, etc etc etc

    i need really your suggestions

    some suggestion will appreciate


    thanks for advanced

  • #2
    My last company used jasper reports which worked ok. We were just starting to look into using BIRT however as several customers already used that internally.
    http://www.eclipse.org/birt/phoenix/

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    • #3
      Hello karldmoore

      thanks for your share your experience

      My last company used jasper reports which worked ok.
      sound good

      this can sound lazy, but where i can find a good documentation about jasperreport (learn to use it), thats mean is enough the documentation from the source or you know a better link???

      thanks for advanced

      p.d: the plugin for eclispe look pretty, thanks for the link

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      • #4
        We just used the documentation that came with it, I do remember some people complaining it wasn't the most helpful though. I would hope in the last couple of years it might have improved. There are lots of tutorials and articles out there if you are after some more help. There was a nice report designer as well, called iReport, I'm pretty sure that's what we used. Writing these things by hand isn't fun .

        http://jasperforge.org/sf/projects/jasperreports
        http://jasperforge.org/sf/projects/ireport
        http://www.theserverside.com/news/th...hread_id=36347

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        • #5
          hello karldmoore
          (sorry for my grammar)
          thanks again for your time

          maybe with the time this book
          http://www.amazon.com/JasperReports-...e=UTF8&s=books
          could has more customer reviews

          regards

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          • #6
            I would have thought there might be more than one review after all this time. Personally, I would try out the reference manual and see how you get on. You can always buy the book later. On the other hand, if your company is paying for it, I don't suppose it matters.

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