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iReport Designer for JasperReports

iReport is a visual reporting tool based on JasperReports and written in pure Java. You can manage charts, images, sub-reports, etc. Data can be retrieved using JDBC, TableModels, JavaBeans, and XML. It supports output in PDF, XML, XSL, CSV, HTML, and Java2D.


Recent releases

  •  19 Apr 2011 20:16

    Release Notes: Full support for JasperReports 4.0.2. Support for paragraphs. The ability to configure tab stop widths in text elements. The ability to hide built-in parameters and variables in the expression editor. Improved jrtx support in the designer. Several bugfixes.

    •  22 Sep 2010 23:45

      Release Notes: Full support for JasperReports 3.7.5. The ability to sort datasets using variables. Parameters accessible from the query dialog. An improved JasperServer plugin. Customizer chart support for Spidercharts. Support for right to left filling when there are multiple columns. Support for sorting using variables. Several bugfixes.

      •  20 Jul 2010 22:32

        Release Notes: JasperReports 3.7.4 is fully supported. A Spider Chart component was added. Built-in support was added for server certificates when connecting to an HTTPS instance of JasperServer. The ability to import an XML/A data source from JasperServer to iReport was added. The ability to link multiple input controls to a report unit at a time was added. Several bugs were fixed.

        •  02 Jun 2010 13:55

          Release Notes: JasperReports 3.7.3 is fully supported. A new massive processing tool was added to compile a set of jrxml or make changes to a jrxml. A menu item was added to transform iR 3.0 image-based barcodes to new barcode elements. A new data preview panel was added. A new file resolver was added to locally run a jrxml which references images on a JasperServer repository. Several bugs were fixed.

          •  12 Apr 2010 23:40

            Release Notes: This release has full support for JasperReports 3.7.2, a new table component element, a new PowerPoint (PPTX) exporter, wizards for report datasets, and a new Layers View. An improved CSV and Excel fields provider to work with the report wizard. Visual support for Generic Elements. Support for XML/A connections when using the mdx language and the mdx field mapping tool. The XML fields provider has been improved to work with remote XML data sources. Several bugfixes.


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