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Jay Neville

Joined: Aug 03, 2009
Posts: 1
Hi Richard,

We have been evaluating Liferay as a solution for a little while now. Our main focus with that effort is bring Microsoft BI data into a portal and giving clients a highly configurable experience. Any thoughts on MS BI integration? Can't wait for the book!
Rich Sezov

Joined: Dec 13, 2006
Posts: 17
Hi Jay,

My advice would be to look at Liferay's reporting portlets, which are based on Jasper. There are also portlets provided by Pentaho which you might have some success with. I think Liferay's reporting portlets may be EE only, so to get access to them, you'd have to contact a Liferay sales representative and get an evaluation license.

Hope this helps!

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