TIBCO JasperMobile for Android
The simplest way to use TIBCO JasperReports Server on the go!
Welcome to TIBCO JasperMobile for Android, the application you can use to view reports on your JasperReports Server from your Android device.
JasperMobile for Android is a native application which allows you to browse your JasperReports Server repository and view reports in several formats. It is built using the Jaspersoft Mobile SDK for Android, and is compatible with JasperReports Server 5.5 or higher.
The source code of JasperMobile for Android is freely available and can be used as a good example of how to integrate reporting and analysis services of JasperReports Server with their native applications.
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Features and Benefits:
When the thumbnail feature is enabled on the server, JasperMobile displays a small image of the report or dashboard in both list and tile layouts.
Explore the repository of JasperReports Server and view all the resource properties.New icons provide visual cues about resource types (folders, reports, and more).
View a list of all reports and compatible dashboards on the server.
Search for resources by name in the whole repository.
Easy access to the reports and dashboards that you use the most.
You can store report output as HTML, PDF, or XLS on your device to view at any time.
JasperMobile can display dashboards from versions of JasperReports Server prior to6.0 and legacyDashboard in version 6.0 and later.
JasperMobile allows you to easily execute reports and interact with them.
Send reports and dashboards from your device to your printer when needed.
The application introspects the report unit, identifies the input controls and then renders them in a table view based on the report parameters. The support for cascading input controls allows you to dynamically populate list items based on user selection. All input controls are rendered using native components, including Boolean check boxes, text and numeric fields, date and time selectors, and single or multiple choice lists.
When browsing the repository or viewing a report, any resource can be easily flagged as a'Favorite' and then displayed in the special Favorites view.