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fabboy

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Hi,

 

I use Jasper Report in my web application. Some reports take a lot of time for running (Final report can contains up to 12 000 page by report.)

 

I want to create a progress bar [exemple : 12 pages generated / 50 ] in my webapplication to know how many pages are process during this operation :

 

Code:
JasperPrint jasperPrint = JasperFillManager.fillReport(jasperReport, rapParameters, connection);

 

Is it possible ?

 

For information, jasper report build approximatively one page by line of the resultset (of the main SQL request).

 

Sorry for my english speaking (I'am french)

 

Thank for your help...

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Hi fabboy, I thing a progress bar is a very good way to visual the loading and filling status. I'm having the same problem with big xml data sources ( >20MB ). For example:[color=#0000FF]FileInputStream fileInputStram = new FileInputStream(_xmlFile);InputStream inStram = new GZIPInputStream(fileInputStram);JRXmlDataSource jrxmlds = new JRXmlDataSource(inStram, "report.jasper"); // takes > 2 minJasperPrint jpr = JasperFillManager.fillReport(jasperInputStream, parameters, jrxmlds);JasperViewer jv = new JasperViewer(jpr,false);jv.show();[/color]Is there any possibility to visual the actual status and the left time to show the jasperViewer?with best regardsDaniel

 

Post edited by: buedenbenderd, at: 2007/08/08 07:28

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