JasperReports Server Community Project is a high-performance, standalone and embeddable Business Intelligence (BI) platform that provides rich reporting capabilities. In addition, Jaspersoft OLAP provides OLAP data analysis, running on the same shared BI platform.
What’s new in JasperReports Server 4.0.0
Several changes have been made to Jaspersoft’s product names; in particular:
- The former “JasperServer” is called “JasperReports Server”
- The former “JasperAnalysis” is called “Jaspersoft OLAP”
JasperServer (JS) builds on JasperReports (JR) as a comprehensive family of Business Intelligence (BI) products, providing robust static and interactive reporting, report server, and data analysis capabilities. For business intelligence users, Jaspersoft offers JasperAnalysis, which runs seamlessly on JasperServer.
Note: This blog is updated based on JS-3.5 GA release
What’s New in JasperServer 3.5
JasperServer now includes these features:
- Upgrade Mondrian to 3.0
- Dimension sharing within a cube
- Support for dozens of new scalar functions in MDX
- New JasperAnalysis UI
- Improved look and feel as well as an improved tool bar within analysis views.
This documents updated for JasperServer version 3.0.0
What is JasperServer
JasperServer is an open source business intelligence suite, built by the developers of JasperReports. It providing common services like security and metadata management, and the capability to easily add additional functionality.It also provides a Web and Web services based environment for reporting, data analysis (OLAP), and data integration.
What is JasperReports
JasperReports is a powerful open source Java reporting tool that has the ability to deliver rich content onto the screen, to the printer or into PDF, HTML, XLS, CSV and XML files. It is entirely written in Java and can be used in a variety of Java enabled applications, including J2EE or Web applications, to generate dynamic content. Its main purpose is to help creating page oriented, ready to print documents in a simple and flexible manner.Read More