TSM monitor is a Web application written in PHP to help TSM administrators quickly get reports and health status information from their TSM servers. It generates its content dynamically so one can easily add or modify queries to adapt the application to one’s own needs. It features customizable queries, a dynamically generated navigation menu, an overview page with traffic light logic, graphical timetable charts for queries with start and end time (like backups and schedules), multiple servers, login protection (authentication against a default TSM server), and result caching for better performance.
Jaspersoft Studio is a report designer for JasperReports. It is a full rewrite of iReport on top of the Eclipse platform. It allows you to create very sophisticated layouts containing charts, images, subreports, crosstabs, and much more. It can access your data through JDBC, TableModels, JavaBeans, XML, Hibernate, CSV, and custom sources. It can publish your reports as PDF, RTF, XML, XLS, CSV, HTML, XHTML, text, DOCX, or OpenOffice.
The RepairsLab system allows you to manage the entry and exit of equipment repair in a small workshop for repairs or service center. The application allows the printing of a "Repairs sheet" for each device and manages the state of repair. Inside the Repairs ticket, you can enter the features of the delivered and the state of repair. The system provides management of different master data for definition of states of repair, customers, types of equipment, trademarks, and models. You can print a paper "Repairs sheet" in duplicate to store paper and as a delivery receipt for the customer.
Dash Reports is a versatile and lightweight reporting solution. It allows users and administrators to create a large range of reports driven by SQL databases. It also supports the creation of complex and powerful dashboards, with local caching of results to reduce load on the source database. Various report output formats are supported and the results can be styled using templates. The system allows for scheduled or user-invoked reports, delivered via browser, file, FTP/SFTP, or email.