Java Reports – Comparitive Study

03 Feb

One of the important goals that applications must be designed for is to be able to convey complex data to the end-user in the simplest, attractive and most understandable form and ‘Reports and Charts’ go a long way in achieving this goal. Java and JEE applications being one of the leaders in the enterprise application space commonly require to display complex data in the form of Charts (such as Pie charts, bar charts etc), Documents (PDF, MS Excel etc) or Reports that are customized specifically for an application . There are a number of tools available to the Java developer that can be utilized to generate reports. This document covers some of the important aspects of the most commonly used, freely available and Open-Source Reporting tools used in the Java world.

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Posted by on February 3, 2010 in Java Framework, Reporting Frameworks


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