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Devloping Reports for web application

 
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i am developing an application where i have to develop reports for my application as crystal reports .Also i have to know how to develop reports for my web application using netbeans or any IDE. The report should consists of all pie charts .
 
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Hi Ayyappan,

There are different ways to achieve this. If your application is an Internet you can try this webpage. if its not then there are some open source APIs, using these we can create a image with pie chart and display that images in web page.
 
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If putting charts on a web page is sufficient , then something like the cewolf tag library (linked in my signature) may be sufficient.

If you're looking for a more full-featured reporting solution, check out JasperReports. I don't think that supports charts out of the box, though, so you may have to generate those in code (using a library like JFreeChart).
 
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winay Kumar wrote:Hi Ayyappan,

There are different ways to achieve this. If your application is an Internet you can try this webpage. if its not then there are some open source APIs, using these we can create a image with pie chart and display that images in web page.



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