The first you need to install jsreport server. This can be as easy as this:
npm install jsreport-cli -g mkdir jsreportapp cd jsreportapp jsreport init jsreport configure jsreport start
or even simpler use docker:
docker run -p 5488:5488 jsreport/jsreport
For the details see the installation manuals.
Now you can open jsreport on the default
http://localhost:5488 and prepare your first reports.
You can find the tutorials here if you are new to jsreport.
<dependency> <groupId>io.github.hedoncz</groupId> <artifactId>jsreport-javaclient</artifactId> <version>1.0.2</version> </dependency>
Then you can get the
JsReportService interface and render the stored template.
JsReportService reportingService = new JsReportServiceImpl("http://localhost:5488"); Report report = reportingService.render("invoice-main", myDydata); Files.copy(report.getContent(), Paths.get("report.pdf"));
The data can be any serializable object or hashmap representing the input data of the report.
I believe it was already a piece of cake for the java developers, to use jsreport rest API. However, I also believe this new java client makes the learning curve much shorter and the solutions less error-prone.
Please give it a try and let us know how you like it. If you are interested, the author happily accepts contributions and PRs.