tips & tricks & thoughts about programming in an oracle "environment"
Artikel : 34
Seit : 20/02/2009
Kategorie : Technologie & Wissenschaft
Artikel zu entdecken
There are still not much news around PL-jrxml2pdf. With the new version available from the download-page some bugs are fixed.
After getting the huge number of 2 (in words two) responses to my idea of writing a JRXML-generator i decided that this is enough to try it. And 100% of the responses liked the idea to be able to create a report-definition from an APEX-page. So i build a proof of concept and now have published it on apex.oracle.com The whole thing is template based
I'm currently thinking about writing a generator which creates a JRXML-report-definition from either an Oracle Forms-Module or from an APEX-page (I'm not sure at the moment which one i prefer). The generator would analyze the module/page, transform the queries into datasets in JRXML, transform the fields into report-fields in JRXML, transform tabul
I just published a maintenance release of PL-jrxml2pdf with some bugfixes.
There's not much news around PL-jrxml2pdf at the moment. Nevertheless, i released a new version today including some minor enhancements and bugfixes. As always, you can get a copy from the download-page.
Quite shortly after the last release, but i had a little time to implement some new feature in PL-jrxml2pdf and released a new version on the download-page. Running two or more reports into one PDF This was something i already wanted to introduce in an earlier version, but never had the time to. You can now call PL-jrxml2pdf with not just one repor
Today i released the first version of the JRXML-Generator and gave it to certain testers. The tool currently supports the following region-types: HTML-Regions with page-items Classic-report-regions Tabular forms Interactive reports (with conditions) Here is an example of a APEX-page Its based on DEMO_CUSTOMERS and DEMO_ORDERS. And this is the resul
It has been a long time since the last update of PL-jrxml2pdf. In the meantime i received several smaller bugs and enhancement-requests, which are maybe worth a new release of PL-jrxml2pdf. In addition, Anton Scheffer announced his package AS_barcode, which provides PL/SQL-support for generating various types of barcodes. The package is currently i
Today i released a new version of PL-jrxml2pdf. As a new major feature it includes a first version of the JRXML-generator, which allows the generation of a jrxml-report-definition from an existing APEX-page. Its included in the APEX-part of PL-jrxml2pdf. I'm looking forward for your comments on the new generator. Additional enhancements in the new
After quite a long time without any bigger enhancements i had a little time to implement a new major feature in PL-jrxml2pdf. Variables You can now use variables e.g. for the calculation of aggregates. Variables can be used either at report-level or at subdataset-level (e.g. for the usage in tables). For reset-type and increment-type you can use Re