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Agata Report

Agata Report

Agata Report is a cross-platform database reporting tool.

This software application provides graph generation and a query tool that allows users to obtain data from PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, Oracle, DB2, MS-SQL, Informix, InterBase, Sybase, or FrontBase and export that data as plain text, HTML, XML, PDF, or spreadsheet (CSV) formats through its graphical interface.

You can also define levels, subtotals, and a grand total for the report, merge the data into a document, generate address labels, or even generate a complete ER-diagram from your database.

 Agata Report 7.7

Price
Free to download

Size
4.2MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Pablo Dall'Oglio

Website
sf.net/projects/agata

System Requirements
PHP
GTK

Support:

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Export the report to many formats, like plain text, HTML, XML, CSV (spreadsheets like StarCalc or Excel), PDF and OpenOffice Writer
  • Generate the complete ER-diagram from your database in Dia format
  • Allows to cross report's data with another database. (PostgreSQL, Oracle), for instance
  • Agata has a Function Repository. You may write any PHP function and apply it on the report
  • Through AgataAPI, execute reports through PHP scripts and make the report available on the Web
  • Through AgataCLI, execute the reports through the Linux shell
  • Define nicknames (aliases) for tables and fields (data description)
  • Establish links among all tables and use this when making the report or generating the diagram
  • Define report levels and apply functions to each level (sum, max, min, count, avg) and the grand total
  • Through Graph tool, generate line and bars graphs from your report
  • Through Merge tool, merge a free-handed document with the data from a report and create letters dynamically, for example.
  • Support for run-time parameters. Agata asks the user for values when the report runs
  • Standard Reports
  • Hierarquical groups summary, subtotals and Grand total
  • Headers and Footers
  • Nick Names for Tables and Fields
  • Mailing Labels
  • Form letters with subreport
  • Bar Code Generation
  • Cross Tab Reports
  • Open Office Report builder
  • Field Masks
  • Sub Reports
  • Data Explorer
  • Report Explorer
  • Preview Window
  • Run-time Parameters (client and web version)
  • Conditional Formatting
  • Custom Functions (PHP scripts repository)
  • Agata Report API
  • Command Line Report Generation
  • Linked Tables suggestion
  • Groups of Tables
  • Query Templates
  • Layout Templates
  • Field mapping between databases
  • Generation of linked ER-Diagram from Database
  • Lines and Columns graph support
  • External Viewer configuration
  • Fonts, Sizes and Colors configuration dialog
  • Client Interface
  • Web Interface to generate reports
  • Interface support for English, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French, German and Swedish

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