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  1. Use this in your text field expression of a new parameter say abc and then use this abc in your query new SimpleDateFormat('yyyy-MM-dd").format($P{startDate});Hope this helps!!!
  2. Hi, You cannot edit .jasper files as they are compiled outputs of their respective .jrxmls. It is similar to the lines of .class files generated after compiling .java files. Bottom line is that you need .jrxml to edit and see the changes
  3. Check this link. Hope it gives you some idea http://www.coderanch.com/t/466659/open-source/Jasper-reports-generating-html-files
  4. Thanks for the reply. I just have one more doubt. Can i get the high-lighted parameter object. Please refer the screen-shot for more clarity Thanks in advance, Rakesh
  5. Hello All, I have been writing plugins for ireport and I'm struck at a particular requirement. I would like to attain the object of the selected element in iReport. Please refer the attachement for more clarity
  6. Hint: just play around with WHEN NO DATA property of your report. You'll find this under Report Properties
  7. Have you tried using LAST PAGE FOOTER band in your report Give me karma points if this information is useful...
  8. Whenever you create a jrxml using ireport, the default template language is GROOVY. When this isn't changed for a report and you try to run this in your application, you get the exception. Such cases, Jasper Engine requires groovy jar to be a project dependency (available in the class-path). In your case, you need to change report language to JAVA (as you do no't want groovy support) and then start running the report from your application. You can change your default template language to either JAVA, GROOVY or JAVASCRIPT by navigating to Tools > General Tab > Restore Defaults Tab > Language in iReport. Revert back in case you have any queries. Provide Karma points if the above information is useful
  9. 1) I don't think copying and embedding support is available in Jasper/iReports. 2) Choosing the type of image expression again depends on your comfort. String are easy to hanlde 3) If I'm right i don't think relative path will help. But in your report let the path of image be supplied by a report parameter say $P{ImagePath}, and in your web-app get the image path using getServletContext().getRealPath("config/ui/images/logo.jpg"); Supply the obtained path to the report param. 4) IsLazy specifies whether the image should be loaded and processed during report filling or during exporting. Hope this info helps you. Is yes don't forget to give karma points
  10. Have you taken care of mapping master report parameters mapping with sub report parameters. The mapping is a must to pass values from master to sub-report. Hope this info info helps you?
  11. Expressions written in Groovy remain invalid when you change the language to Java. Please refer the following link to understand the difference http://jasperforge.org/uploads/publish/ireportwebsite/IR%20Website/iReport_groovy.html . I think you'll have re-write the expressions in Java
  12. Easiest way is to right click on the report name -> Properties -> Scroll down to set the preferred language (Java, JavaScript or Groovy).
  13. Is it possible to add an extra property to iReport Parameter using plug-ins. To be precise, iReport params have already properties like Use as a prompt, Description, Parameter class, etc., I would like to add one more to the list. It would a great help if someone can answer my question. Thanks in advance, Rakesh
  14. Not clear about what you want, but here's something you can try. $F{field1} == 1 ? $F{field1} : "" use of ternary operators can help you to achieve
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