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JASPER Reports in Servlets?

 
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Hi guys,

Can anyone tell me how can I use Jasper Reports to print my reports that I get from a database using my servlet? Any tutorials available or any books available regarding this so that I can buy??
 
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see this article on JavaWorld
hope it helps..
 
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Thanks Saif!
 
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Guys,

Is there any other popular reporting tool other than Jasper Reports. I'm not finding enough materials for it and there is one book by David Heffelfinger, but I want to know if it is available in India. Anyone please help!
 
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It should be available in Bangalore. I was impressed by booksores there.
 
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Hi Rog,

Could you please tell me which book store in Bangalore?? Maybe I can try to have a look this weekend!
 
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Jyothi,

You can get it in Landmark (Forum) Bangalore or you can even try it on http://www.sapnaonline.com/ .

-Harish
 
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Harish,

I know sapna book house. But I want to know what books specifically to buy other than Jasper Reports! Anyone please help me as I'm desperately in need of technology to know how to use Reporting tools with JSP/Servlets
[ February 01, 2007: Message edited by: Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj ]
 
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You better first use an IDE to create the reports. I'm using iReport, which is free, but you can also buy JasperAssistant, which is a plugin for Eclipse.
 
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Joan,

I'm using netBeans IDE, so will it be possible to use iReports with netBeans?? If so how do I go about using it?? Any tutorials online? Please let me know!
[ February 01, 2007: Message edited by: Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj ]
 
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Any replies???
 
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Anyone did actually try using JasperReports or any other reporting tools with netBeans IDE or any other IDE?
 
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As I told you, I use iReports which is a standalone IDE for making reports. You have to pay for the manual. In my last comment, I putted a lonk to its homepage.
 
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