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Eclipse BIRT

Company: Actuate

BIRT is an Eclipse-based open source reporting system for web applications. It has 3 main components: a report designer, a runtime component and charting engine. The Eclipse BIRT runtime report engine encourages self-service report creation and a robust charting engine features all standard aggregation and calculation functions.

Add rich, interactive content to applications including:

  • Lists - As lists grow add grouping and totals to organize and summarize data.
  • Charts - BIRT provides a full range of charts that can be rendered in SVG and support events
  • Crosstabs - Crosstabs (aka matrix) shows data in two dimensions e.g sales by quarter
  • Letters & Documents - Notices, form letters, and other textual documents that include text, formatting, lists, charts etc.
  • Compound Reports - Combine any of the above into a single document including disclaimers, charts, tables formatted to match corporate branding
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    Version Reviewing: good to use

    "suitable for web applications"

    by agievans on Dec 12, 2020 3:13 AM

    the tool is free and can download. it suitable for the bussiness

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    "Good tool"

    by edd on Oct 25, 2016 5:40 PM

    Powerful tool.

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What does this code do?

public class Demo { 
    public void method1() { 
        synchronized (String.class) { 
            System.out.println("on String.class object");       
            synchronized (Integer.class) { 
                System.out.println("on Integer.class object"); 

Programming Language: Java


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