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Sample JReport Dashboards
Developer(s) Jinfonet Software
Stable release 12 / July 1, 2013; 17 months ago (2013-07-01)
Written in Java
Operating system Cross-platform
Available in Multilingual
Type Enterprise reporting
Website http://www.jinfonet.com

JReport is developed by Jinfonet Software, a provider of data visualization and embedded reporting solutions for the enterprise. JReport is a Java-based reporting platform that embeds into any application, while delivering reporting, dashboards and analysis via the Web and mobile devices. JReport's approach to design, deployment and interaction simplifies the work for both developers and users. Currently in its 12th release cycle, JReport[1] is employed by hundreds of thousands of users at more than 10,000 installations worldwide.

JReport can be deployed as an embedded reporting engine in other applications, as a stand alone system, or in any public, private, or hybrid cloud environment.[2]


JReport Server Live[edit]

JReport Server Live is a high performance, 100% Java report server able to seamlessly integrate with any application and scale to any workload. JReport Server Live provides complete report management, distribution, and administrative functionality with unmatched reliability.

On top of its high throughput report generation, JReport Server Live also supports on-demand, live report creation and modification, providing JReport’s powerful ad hoc solution. End users are empowered with JReport to create their own richly visual and interactive reports for powerful and secure data exploration in a completely self-service manner. JReport Server Live also provides a full administrator user interface to schedule reports, manage servers in a clustered environment, and provide ad hoc capabilities such as browser-based report authoring.


JDashboard delivers data visualization to end users. As an extension to JReport's reporting platform, JDashboard displays data in rich visual components such as maps, tables and many different chart types, including live charts, and combines them with a robust set of on-screen interactions. JDashboard is also able to be used via JReport Mobile, an app that lets you work with dashboards on any iOS device. With JDashboard, you can take your data exploration to the next level and create a clearer picture of your business.

JReport Mobile[edit]

JReport Mobile: A native iOS reporting application that provides data visualization through touchscreen interactions. JReport Mobile comes equipped with sample data. Users can connect to JReport Server to access their own dashboards built with JDashboard. This app is currently available for free from the Apple App Store.

JReport Designer[edit]

JReport Designer is a 100% Java, report design tool that facilitates rapid report development, precise layouts, flexible output, and actionable reporting, regardless of your OS or hardware configuration.

JReport Designer provides a highly flexible report development environment tailored for report builders who need to create and deliver reports from within any Web application, and want to implement their solution without custom coding and resource intensive maintenance. JReport Designer offers a number features and functions that speed the creation and deployment process, including:

  • An intuitive, visual design environment
  • Re-usable report and dashboard components
  • Hundreds of ready-to-use objects, charts & tables
  • Accessibility to any data source
  • Ability to use data from different sources in the same report

These tools empower developers with the ability to build reports for quick, efficient information delivery to end users via a Web application able to run in any environment. JReport Designer is capable of building reports from many data sources including JDBC/ODBC compliant data bases, Big Data sources, Web Services, XML, flat files, Java objects, Database.com[3] and others with support for multiple data sources in the same report.


  1. ^ McMillan, Liz. "java.sys-con.com". http://java.sys-con.com/node/2265109. 
  2. ^ Bornak, Katelyn. "JReport Enables Cloud Reporting through Amazon EC2". Retrieved 18 August 2011. 
  3. ^ Bobrowski, Steve. "Database.com". Cloud Database Reporting: JReport and Database.com. Retrieved 23 February 2011. 

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