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Big Faceless Report Generator

by Big Faceless Organization

Platform(s): Win Unix
License: Commercial

Application type: Desktop
Categories:
Developer
Creation & Conversion

Features

The Big Faceless Report Generator is a Java component for creating PDF documents from XML. Using JSP, ASP or similar technology, you can now create dynamic PDF reports as quickly and easily as HTML.

Built on our popular PDF library, the Report Writer adds functionality including:

  • HTML-style Tables - auto-sized nested tables with full control over padding, margins and borders
  • Use cascading CSS2 stylesheets to control look and feel
  • Create inline graphs and charts with XML, direct from the database
  • Includes a servlet and a servlet filter for simple generation of PDF's from HTML or JSP pages.
  • Auto pagination of content with page headers and footers
  • Familiar HTML syntax - simpler and faster than FOP
  • All the features of our PDF library - Unicode support, Encryption, TrueType fonts, Barcodes and more

To use the package, you will need at least Java 1.2 and a SAX parser installed and running on your system. The package uses no native code and will run easily from EJB's or Servlets on Windows, Unix or any other system running Java 1.2 or greater.

Download the free trial and test it yourself!

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