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JReport Supports Eclipse and Cloud Computing

Provides agility for re-provisioning infrastructure resources

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JReport Cloud provides agility for rapidly and inexpensively re-provisioning infrastructure resources, greatly reduces the cost on hardware, software, and services when users pay only for what they use. JReport Cloud has the ability to easily scale up with customers' needs, and offers the high availability and high reliability with task level load balancing and failover based on JReport clustering technology. JReport Enterprise Server can be easily deployed in a Cloud with the support of Amazon EC2, KVM or VMware. JReport Cloud provides the full power of JReport Server including report bursting, page-level security, dashboards, dynamic reporting and analysis and many other features for enhanced usability, scalability and enterprise deployment.

JReport Designer for Eclipse (JR4E) is a free JReport add-on that provides Eclipse users a convenient platform for developing both applications and reports at the same time. Users can easily design reports via an Eclipse-style interactive user interface. JR4E is very easy to use with single click deployment and DHTML report preview so that Eclipse users can test and debug the project intuitively which greatly accelerates the development cycle. JR4E supports many report components including tabular layouts, crosstabs, charts, banded layouts, labels, images, formulas, parameters, etc.  Intuitive wizards are provided to speed the design of report components. In addition, JR4E supports advanced reporting features such as imported SQL and stored procedure data sources, custom CSS styles, shared datasets with filters, report linking, and more.

JReport 9.1 is now available for immediate delivery.  For more information, visit www.jinfonet.com.

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