I'd never heard of BIRT before. I'm glad I saw your inquiry. I found
lots of good stuff here:


BIRT Project
Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools
BIRT is an open source Eclipse-based reporting system that integrates
with your Java/J2EE application to produce compelling reports.

Get started with the latest in the BIRT 2.3.2 series, the release used
in many commercial products.
Get started with the newest major release, BIRT 2.5.
Need help with BIRT?

BIRT provides core reporting features such as report layout, data access
and scripting. Please try BIRT and tell us what you think by filling
bugs reports & enhancement requests through Bugzilla as explained on the
community page.

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[mailto:java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Pete Hall
Sent: Monday, December 28, 2009 6:50 PM
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Subject: How to use BIRT with TomCat 6 to produce a PDF or printable

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Does anyone know of a document that really tells you what's needed? I
want to use an existing web app to invoke a BIRT report, built from an
XML datastream. I want it to display in the browser (not essential if
there's a way to print without the display) and allow the user to print
it locally. Any shortcuts through the docs would be greatly appreciated.
I already have the report (which was pretty easy, BTW.) Now I just have
to figure out how to serve it.

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