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NextReports Designer & Server

12.04.2009
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Version 2.4 of NextReports Designer is now available. This version brings more features, improvements and bug fixes than any other previous release.

NextReports Designer is an Ad Hoc Query and Reporting tool that promotes simple, fast and powerful report creation. It can connect to popular databases like Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Firebird, Derby.

New properties in layout, new parameter features, new settings, interconnection with a NextReports Server and improvements to make the layout usage as easy as in excel are just some of the valuable features the new version of NextReports Designer has. For a full list go here.

If you had a previous version installed you can just use 'Check for update' under Help menu.

Also, from a little time, NextReports Server is available with its first version. NextReports Server allows you to schedule NextReports and Jasper reports and to automatically deliver reports  via E-mail to your business contacts in most popular file formats like HTML, EXCEL, PDF, RTF, CSV, TSV. The web server features are Data Source Management, Report Management, Report Scheduling, Report Versioning, Report Running History, Scheduler Jobs Management, Scheduler Jobs Running History and Security.

NextRepots Server, like NextReports Designer, can be seen in a full functionality with a trial license. Installation is easy and intuitive.

We expect your feedback to our forum.

We want to add more value in the future to NextReports Designer and NextReports Server. Please feel free to tell us more.
What kind of reports do you use?
What kind of tools?
What are your major concerns?
Does NextReports bring more value to you?

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