|Re: Deploying BIRT [message #365482 is a reply to message #365479]
||Sat, 04 October 2008 04:02
Originally posted by: johnw.innoventsolutions.com|
You can create a real simple Java application that just runs and renders
reports without needing any J2EE container. You are still bound by
needing some sort of Java VM to run the application though.
However, I have had success using Excelsior Jet to build a native
Windows and Linux executable that ran BIRT reports and rendered them.
Its rather huge end result, but it does work.
Outside of that, I don't know what to say. I am not real familiar with
Nick P. wrote:
> I recently began using BIRT and have developed a report to use with my
> xulrunner application. What I haven't yet figured out is how I should
> deploy the viewer. It seems like BIRT mostly targets Java applications,
> so there are instructions for deploying on J2EE, JBoss, and other
> technologies -- with which I am not familiar (but I'm not developing in
> Java anyway).
> Reviewing this article
> ( http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2006/07/26/deploying-birt .html) on
> deploying BIRT and reviewing the deployment details
> (http://www.eclipse.org/birt/phoenix/deploy/) on BIRT's web site, I'm
> not sure where to go. I wasn't expecting to have to add some large Java
> dependency for the xulrunner application --is there no way I can drop an
> executable in with my xulrunner app, call it from my app, and pass it a
> report document? (Or something else that would be simpler than learning
> and using J2EE, JBoss, tomcat?)
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