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how to calculate time for execution of jrxml file?

 
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Hi,

currently i m working on jasper reports,
i have used ireport 2.0.2 for creation of reports.
i m facing major performance issue for exection of reports in pdf, rtf ,xls & html format.also my one report jrxml contains 5-6 subreports & each having its own query to get that data.
that's why i want to calculate time to execute the jrxml file.

can any one help me how to do that ?

thanks,
kavita
 
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Generally something can be timed like this:

You'll want to run the time-consuming job a few times before timing it, so that the JVM gets warmed up.
[ September 08, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
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