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Re: Fwd: Aeroo Documentationby
Thanks, i'll take a look at that soon. I'll be building a script to install the Aeroo reporting engine (Aeroo Lib, etc.) to make it easier for the average user to use it, are you aware of anything similar for the Jasper reporting engine?
Guys,We've v8 module of Jasper here!The documentation guide is attached.Thanks.On Sat, May 9, 2015 at 8:07 AM, Luke Branch <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Dave,
Thanks for the links, i'll check out the Jasper community and documentation. Are you aware of any install scripts for for Jasper reports out there? If there aren't any in existence I might put one together to make things easier for people to get started.Regards,LukeOn Fri, May 8, 2015 at 6:18 PM, Dave Ellison <email@example.com> wrote:
Here's my list of 3rd party reporting tools I have used. However, integrating them with Odoo, so you can use an action on a record and choose a report, to then run to the 3rd party reporting system I have no idea how you would do it.
We have extensively used Jasper Reports/Server in our office, it works great.
On 07/05/15 14:53, Caudal Eric wrote:<blockquote cite="mid:CABxYQ6XQ784-4wRVE2qeSwAbN=dW-gPrQtOC+tzepPNqXryqQw@mail.gmail.com" type="cite">
And pentaho report
2015-05-07 17:14 GMT+08:00 Nuria Arranz Velazquez <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Hi Daniel,<blockquote cite="mid:CANZdyrkAA9aXV9wN8KG3b7+2ZpV_VJJvMHPzVZ+13KYg_3KfQQ@mail.gmail.com" type="cite">
Aeroo is a bit of a problem, because you need to use a specific library version for it, which comes with bugs, and there is a false path in one of the files that points to the wrong library which will give you errors. DOCS connection will give you a handful of issues on dependencies too. And if you don't use the correct module for your Odoo instance, it will cause all sort of anomalies even after removing it (as it will linger in your local files).
If you are thinking of a report editor that doesn't crash your Odoo instance beyond repair, you might want to consider using a third party that connects to your Odoo database, like LibreOffice Base. It's simple, but it works. And with a bit of sql knowledge you'll be able to do quite a lot with it.
Or Jasper Reports is another option. One of my colleagues totally swears by it, although I've only seen it in action a couple of times. It looks quite complete.
Best of luck,
On 06/05/15 18:47, Daniel Blanco wrote:
ThanksIs there any good documentation about Aeroo in any place? Everything I've found in forums, google groups, Alistek's website and youtube is very old, and with use examples about desktop version.Perhaps the odt / ods creation procedure is the same, but there are a lot of new options in the config menu, without help or doc that I can refer.
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