JasperServer is specifically designed to provide a general platform for business intelligence. Continuing the philosophy of JasperReports, JasperServer is aimed at providing a managed, stand alone Web reporting and analytic (OLAP) environment, capable of being embedded in existing Java Web applications. It also provides services to a variety of technologies through Web services, including the LAMP stack. By focusing on a clean business API and using an advanced inversion of control architecture, JasperServer can be easily integrated and customized for your needs.
|Tags||Database Front-Ends Information Management Metadata/Semantic Models Office/Business Software Development Libraries Application Frameworks|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release has been upgraded to JasperReports and iReport 3.7.0. OpenOffice ODT and ODS and Microsoft Office 2007 DOCX and XLSX output are available. There are Cascading Input Controls for reports, i.e. country -> state -> city. There is a new Search user interface for resources. This release has been upgraded to Mondrian 3.1.1, including support for Infobright. It has enhanced schema and cache management. User, Role, and Permissions Web services are included. Changed to the Affero GPL v3. Upgrades to Spring, Spring Security, and Hibernate.
Release Notes: This version introduces report wizard usability improvements, scheduling via Web Services, more data-centric Excel output, the "log in as" feature, and various bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: An Extensible Web Services module was added. Support was added for passing the locale when running a report through Web Services. Support for adding custom data sources was enhanced. Custom data source example files were added. The JPivot dependency is built as a separate project. Better, more data-centric and configurable Excel output was implemented. Ant support for running the import/export tool was added. JasperReports was upgraded to Mondrian 2.3.2. Other enhancements and fixes were made.
Release Notes: This version introduces support for OLAP and XMLA report data sources, full support for the PostgreSQL database, and various other bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: Interactivity was enhanced with hyperlinks in reports and charts for drilling down. Queries are now provided as managed objects. Query backed input controls were added for reports. Bugs were fixed.