The Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) project is part of the Eclipse framework that provides infrastructure and tools to design, develop and deploy report content to your Java/RCP/Java EE application. This tutorial will cover both the Design Engine and Runtime Engine APIs of the BIRT framework. A particular focus will be on the integration of BIRT into your existing application infrastructure.
AudienceThis talk is focused on application developers that would like to take advantage of the BIRT APIs.
- Overview and Architecture
- BIRT Event Model and Event Handlers
- Runtime Integration - Report Engine API
- Design Time Integration – Design Engine API
- BIRT Deployment Models
- J2EE Models
- Web Tools Project
- RCP Application
- Stand-Alone Java Application
- Google Web Toolkit
TakeawaysInstructor will provide all of the source and project code used in this demonstration to class attendees.
Scott Rosenbaum is a managing partner for Innovent Solutions, a consulting firm focused on the design, development and distribution business intelligence solutions. He has been an active user of Eclipse technology since 2002, and joined the BIRT Project Management Committee in November of 2004. Mr. Rosenbaum holds a Bachelor of Science degree from General Motors Institute. He has spent the last 20 years working on business intelligence solutions for the insurance, banking, healthcare, retail sales and automotive industries.