Category: Report Conversion

An Overview of Jasper Reports Scriptlet Class

Scriplets in Jaspersoft

Scriptlets are sequences of Java code that are executed every time a report event occurs. Values of report variables can be affected through scriptlets. A scriptlet is a java class, which must extend either of the following classes: • net.sf.jasperreports.engine.JRAbstractScriptlet − This class contains a few abstract methods that must be overridden in every implementation. These methods are called automatically by JasperReports at the appropriate moment. The developer must implement all the abstract methods. • net.sf.jasperreports.engine.JRDefaultScriptlet − This class contains default empty implementations of every method in JRAbstractScriptlet. A developer is only required to implement those methods depends upon the needs of their project. The following table lists some of the methods in the above class. These methods will be called by the report engine at the appropriate time, during the report filling phase. Method Description public void beforeReportInit() Called before report initialization public void afterReportInit() Called after report initialization. public void beforePageInit() Called before each page is initialized. public void afterPageInit() Called after each page is initialized. public void beforeColumnInit() Called before each column is initialized. Any number of scriptlets can be specified per report. If no scriptlet is specified for a report, the engine still creates a single […]

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PeopleSoft HR reports – Simple upgrade effects Q&A

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Report filling process in Jaspersoft Reports

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The main objective of any reporting tool is to produce high-quality documents. Report filling process helps reporting tool to achieve this by manipulating sets of data. The main inputs required for the report-filling process are – • Report Template: Its actual JasperReport file. • Report Parameters : These are basically named values that are passed at the report filling time to the engine. • Data Source: User can fill a Jasper file from a range of data sources like an SQL query, an XML file, a CSV file, an HQL (Hibernate Query Language) query, a collection of Java Beans, etc. The output generated by this process is a .jrprint document which is ready to be viewed, printed, or exported to other formats. The facade class net.sf.jasperreports.engine.JasperFillManager is usually used for filling a report template with data. This class has various fillReportXXX() methods that fill report templates. There are two categories of fillReportXXX() methods in the façade class – • The first type receives a java.sql.Connection object as the third parameter. Most of the times, reports are filled with data from a relational database. This is achieved by – Connect to the database through JDBC. Include an SQL query inside the report […]

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How to view Employee Roster Register in Oracle HCM

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DataTerrain’s prebuilt report provides the list of roster employees along with position and demographic data and assignment information. This report can be run for the below parameters • Person Type • Segment • Organization • Division • Department • Region • Country • Assignment StatusThis Prebuilt report is available as a BI Publisher Data model report.Output: The output data will have department classifications, Job details, Annual Salary, Work Schedule of each employee. The output format of this report is Excel and it can also be rendered as PDF/CSV.Schedule: HR Team can also schedule the report and use it for a regular audit.DataTerrain with years of experience and reliable experts is ready to assist. We have served more than 200 plus customers in the US and an additional 60 plus customers worldwide. We are flexible in working hours and do not need any long-term binding contr

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Creating Queries in Jaspersoft Reports

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Jaspersoft Studio provides tools to help user define report fields and create a proper query if a query language is used to acquire the data for the report. These tools are presented in the Dataset and Query dialog. It also provides an easy way to build SQL queries by using a drag-and-drop query builder. This allows users who don’t know SQL or just are not sure about the syntax to quickly join tables and produce complex data filters and where conditions. SQL Builder also provides a way for skilled users to explore the database and list the metadata such as schemas and available tables. Using Dataset and Query Dialog: The dataset and query dialog allows a user to: • Select a data adapter with which to configure the dataset. Usually, a data adapter is selected, but it is possible to change it if necessary. • Select a query language for the dataset being edited (which can be the main dataset or a sub-dataset used to populate a chart or a table). • Specify the query by typing text or by using a tool, if available, designed for the selected language. A tool is available for several languages including SQL, XPath […]

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Frames in Jaspersoft Reports

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A frame is an element that can contain other elements and optionally draw a border around them. Since a frame is a container of other elements, in the document outline view the frame is represented as a node containing other elements. A frame can contain other frames, and so on recursively. To add an element to a frame, just drag the new element from the palette inside the frame. Alternatively, the user can use the outline view and drag elements from a band into the frame and so on. The position of an element is always relative to the container position. If the container is a band, the element position is relative to the top of the band and to the left margin. If the container is a frame, the element coordinates are relative to the top left corner of the frame. Since an element dragged from a container to another does not change its top/left properties, when moving an element from a container to another its position is recalculated based on the new container location. Advantages of using a frame: • When the user moves a frame, all the elements contained in the frame move. • While using a […]

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