OpenReports – web reporting solution

OpenReports is an open source powerful, flexible, and easy to use web reporting solution that provides browser based, parameter driven, dynamic report generation and flexible report scheduling capabilities.

OpenReports supports a variety of open source reporting engines, including JasperReports, JFreeReport, JXLS, and Eclipse BIRT, to provide support for a wide range of reporting requirements and capabilities. OpenReports also includes QueryReports and ChartReports, easy to create SQL based reports that do not require a predefined report definition. In addition, OpenReports also supports OLAP, via Mondrian and JPivot.

OpenReports supports a wide range of reporting requirements through three levels of report generation. Please note that OpenReports is not currently under active development.

Features include:

  • Support for a wide variety of export formats including PDF, HTML, CSV, XLS, RTF, and Image.
  • Web based Administration of Users, Groups, Reports, Parameters, and DataSources.
  • Flexible Scheduling including Hourly, Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Cron scheduling and multiple recipients.
  • Comprehensive Report Parameter support including Date, Text, List, Query, and Boolean parameters.
  • Fine-grained security controls access to Reports, Scheduling, and Administration functionality.
  • Report Auditing tracks start time, duration, status, and user of every report generated.
  • Support for multiple JNDI or Connection Pool DataSources for use in generating reports.
  • Support for Drill Down reports and external application integration via secure report generation URL.

Website: sourceforge.net/projects/oreports
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Developer: Eric
License: GNU GPL v2

OpenReports

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