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ID: 17983, JReport Enterprise Server 4.1 (Unix)

by Philip Adams Email: Anonymous

A high-performance, J2EE-compliant report deployment server that integrates seamlessly with Borland Enterprise Server for web-based enterprise report delivery on any Java platform.
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JReport, the best-in-class reporting tool for Java, puts a complete range of sophisticated reporting functionality at users? fingertips. It takes full advantage of the scalability, platform independence, and easy integration of J2EE technology to provide a powerful, flexible report delivery solution that fits seamlessly within any enterprise architecture.

JReport Enterprise Server allows users to deploy and deliver reports over the Web in any output format, including HTML, PDF, Excel, XML, Applet, RTF, Email, PostScript, or text. End-users can even design simple reports right from their Web browsers.

It runs on any platform that supports Java Virtual Machine, including Windows NT, AS400 (iSeries), Solaris, or any flavor of Unix. The servlet architecture allows for seamless and virtually effortless integration into any servlet-enabled application server, including Borland Enterprise Server.


- Page-level Security: Allows administrators to control access to reports by page, so that a single report can serve the needs of an entire organization.

- Flex CPU: JReport Enterprise Server can be licensed to use only a subset of the actual CPUs in a computer, allowing enterprises to scale up as needed, without being charged for unused server capacity.

- Connection Pooling: Allows report server to cache database connections for more efficient system usage.

- Resource Management: Organizes report resources into a hierarchy that can be accessed from anywhere in the world with any Web browser.

- Schedule Management: Run reports upon demand, at a preset date and time, or periodically, for up-to-the-minute report delivery.

- Version Control: Records report history and provides friendly, useful methods for managing JReport result archives.

- Remote Administration: Configure and administer JReport Enterprise Server using an Internet browser.

- National Language Support (NLS): The same report can be viewed in any language, according to the locale setting of the Web browser.

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