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From "Ulf Sahlin" <>
Subject Re: [FINS] is this still alive? JFreeChart option?
Date Fri, 01 Apr 2005 12:11:08 GMT
Hello Antonio!

Some time ago, I looked at expanding the Fins wrapper. This is not that
difficult, as you only need to add some logic in the main renderer selector
method within Fins, along with defining your own markup for the data sets.
Merely using new chart types, using the same base-data markup, would be
quite easy.

Other than that, I'm using Fins for a data warehouse application and it's
working great, apart from the Fins serializer being quite CPU-intensive. I
don't how to optimize the serialization, any ideas here?

Best regards,
   Ulf Sahlin

> -----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
> Från: Antonio Fiol Bonnín []
> Skickat: den 1 april 2005 14:06
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> Ämne: Re: [FINS] is this still alive? JFreeChart option?
> On Mar 23, 2005 12:58 PM, Luca Morandini <> wrote:
> > Yes Jorg, Fins needs manual adjusting to every new feature of
> > JFreeChart, there is no "automagic" way to wrap an XML layer around it,
> > AFAIK.
> Hi,
> What about a set of commons-digester rules?
> I am in vaporware stage on a project which will need a reporting
> system, but not the typical simple reporting like "here's a table,
> format it nicely", but some powerful reporting with several data
> detail levels, linked back and forth, with graphs of many different
> types (including some not yet supported by jfreechart).
> So I am thinking of:
> - Extending jfreechart to support one or more additional graph types
> (e.g. gauge)
> - Using it directly (or extending a reporting product that integrates
> it, if possible) so that I can create reports (at least HTML and PDF
> output formats needed)
> Any hints on that?
> --
> Antonio
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