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Crossbar 0.7.3 (framework and app) out for web-based reports

Crossbar is an application and framework for web-based reporting applications (see http://www.crossbar.info/\).

The 0.7.3 release adds new functionality, including an example of reports generated by the Lucene search engine and role-based access to reports.

Crossbar can be installed easily and used for ad-hoc database reports. New reports can be added to the application instantly using a web-based form to enter SQL queries.... read more

Posted by Daniel Kehoe 2002-09-08

Crossbar 0.5.4

Crossbar is an application and framework for web-based reporting applications (see http://www.crossbar.info/\).

The 0.5.4 release implements a rudimentary Report Writer. With this release, you can use an HTML form to specify a JDBC datasource, name a report, specify an SQL select statement, and specify where you want the link to appear in the navigation menu. There's a lot of functionality here: If you are building a web app that displays tables of data from a database, you can use Crossbar immediately without writing any Java code. Of course, if you want to write Java code, you can take a look at the Crossbar Model classes and derive any sophisticated reporting mechanism that you need.

Posted by Daniel Kehoe 2002-04-17

Crossbar 0.2

Crossbar is a framework for web-based reporting applications (see http://www.crossbar.info/\).

The 0.2 release implements a simple "Hello World" example. It's not very useful for anything other than testing deployment with Tomcat 4 and jdk1.4.

Posted by Daniel Kehoe 2002-02-12