Wouter Oet wrote:About 1: I'm sure that that plugin as an faq. Doesn't that contain the needed info?
About 2: You could check out some Continuous integration servers such as Jenkins. That contains a lot of your desired functionality.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Then he is, with all due respect, a moron who doesn't understand the economics of doing business. JFreeChart is probably the most advanced charting package out there; it's amazing that it's available for free to begin with. To expect to get around buying the most basic (and cheap) form of documentation is unreasonable.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:
Roman Burdakov wrote:Luck of documentation and samples is minus as well.
Last time I checked both these were available for USD 50. Assuming this is for a commercial project, that pays itself back in no time if it saves you just a couple of hours.
chris webster wrote:Sounds like maybe you should be re-thinking your reporting system anyway. Maybe look at integrated Java-based reporting tools like Pentaho, JReport or BiRT, for example (there are plenty of others), that will provide lots of functionality to get information out of your database flexibly, present it how you want and deliver it in different file formats. No point re-inventing the wheel.