ReportServer Community Edition is a modern and versatile business intelligence platform.
ReportServer integrates Jasper, Birt, and Crystal.
ReportServer acts as the gateway between end-users and the collected data, allowing users to efficiently access and analyze the available data. From camera-ready evaluations to fine-grained ad-hoc reporting; ReportServer provides you with the tools to support your daily work.
- Fast, modern and intuitive user interface.
- Platform independent: runs within your browser.
- Unifies different kinds of reports in one system.
- Powerful ad hoc reporting capabilities. ReportServer provides an easy-to-use yet powerful tool to create ad-hoc reports: the dynamic list.
- Pivot mode of the dynamic list provides a different means to explore the data from your dynamic list reports by loading them into a cross table. In this section we describe how to prepare you report to use the Pivot Mode.
- Integrates Jasper and Eclipse BIRT in one unified environment.
- Flexible Dashboard component offering quick access your most important reports.
- Native Excel export.
- Excel templates (via jXLS library) for preformatted reports.
- Flexible scheduler with support for complex patterns. Create schedules for executing reports and exporting the result, for example, directly to your email account.
- TeamSpaces: a unique concept to support collaboration.
- Extensively configurable permission system, based on hierarchical structures and ACLs.
- Administrative tools capable to manage even large scale installations.
- Importing and exporting all entities from/to XML.
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