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Ravinath Ravinath 8 8 silver badges 8 8 bronze badges. Also for older versions: I am avoiding running eclipse just to edit jasper reports as long as I can. No matter you will upgrade your Java in the future, iReport will still work till the old Java exists somewhere on your machine. I select cell 1 to cell 7 the sum result is zero. If I got an error on my report, I did not find a way to go back to the report to fix it.
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I am iReport 3. I tried to put the table in different place i.
I did everything as said on the Internet,But I don’t know why they weren’t work for me. Asked 5 years, 4 months ago.
[#4799] – problems with iReport 3.7.4
It is not convenient as version 3. How do we handle problem users?
MaxPermSize to m instead of m. BlondCode BlondCode 2, 1 1 gold badge 12 12 silver badges 17 17 bronze badges.
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However the point here is that you need that old jre only for booting this ireport. There is a very simple patch, assuming you don’t care about the improved security in Java Ireporrt example if you unpack twice the jre-7uwindows-x Running Eclipse is like using emacs.
I don’t know why it has so few votes. The netbeans based ireport is so much lighter weight. Since there is no sum column function in version 3.
You saved my day: There is a very simple patch, assuming you don’t care about the improved security in Java 8: Put that folder in the iReport While ireport does not officially support java8, there is a fairly simple way to make ireport tested with ireport 5. Would you like to answer ireprt of these unanswered questions instead? Thanks, works in iReport 5. Products Solutions Services Resources. I tried running ireport 5. Now it work fine. Active 4 months ago. Error occurred during initialization of VM Could not reserve enough space for object heap Error: Can you put back the band properties as 3.
I didn’t even use the exact netbeans source used by ireport. A fatal exception has occurred. And it seems there is no intention to support Java 8.