In the November 24 release, JasperServer now includes these features:
iReport for NetBeans - The JasperServer installer contains
the latest version of iReport for NetBeans. This iReport
version is implemented using Sun's NetBeans technology.
It also includes an improved user interface.
Chart Themes - JasperServer's default charting look and
feel has been updated and improved. Administrators can
also create new chart themes and apply them at the level
of either the server or the individual report.
Components API - JasperServer now supports an Application
Programming Interface to allow the use of third party
visual components, including but not limited to charting
solutions other than JFreeCharts (JasperServer's default
charting package). Using a different charting package can
allow you to create a wider range of charts or support
different appearances and behavior.
508 Compliant PDF output - JasperReports now can now
produce PDF output that is compliant with Section 508
Amendment to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which
governs accessibility of software solutions for people
with disabilities. This version of JasperServer includes
the latest version of JasperReports. For more information,
about Section 508 Amendment to the Rehabilitation Act of
1973, see http://www.section508.gov.
A JSR 168 compliant portlet for JasperServer is part of this
release. The portlet allows browsing of the repository and
running of reports from a remote JasperServer installation.