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Issue #136 - BIRT Driver Improvements

Feature RequestVersion: 2.3.6Priority: HighStatus: FixedReplies: 7
#1
2012-02-01 13:09

Currently the ObjectDB BIRT driver has the following limitations that should be fixed:

  • It works with Eclipse 3.6 and BIRT 2.6 but not with Eclipse 3.7 and BIRT 3.7.
  • It is bound to a specific ObjectDB version that it contains.
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#2
2012-02-06 14:55

+ It should be available on maven to be able to integrate the driver not only with Eclipse but also with your runtime that, at the end, generates the BIRT reports

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#3
2012-02-16 15:43

When could we have the birt driver avail? We won't be able to ship our product without birt + odb though we've until now thought that odb would work easily work with birt (any version) and have a maven-artifact for integrating into birt runtime..

 

Alex

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#4
2012-02-17 14:49

The BIRT driver has been updated and now it can work on Eclipse 3.7. In addition, the plugin doesn't contain a specific version of ObjectDB anymore, so it will be able to use any ObjectDB version, starting build 2.3.7_02.

To install the BIRT driver in Eclipse - follow the ObjectDB-BIRT tutorial (if you use Eclipse 3.7 you will have to specify the following update site - http://download.eclipse.org/birt/update-site/3.7).

The driver (as 2 Eclipse bundles) is also attached, so you can just drop the last objectdb.jar file and the two attached jar files in your Eclipse plugins directory and restart.

 

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#5
2012-02-17 17:07

hi,

Perfect, thank you very much! Now the only point left though is the thing about having a runtime driver either integrated in the objectdb jar or (better) available as a separate maven artifact in your repository..?

 

thanks

Alex

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#6
2012-02-21 08:15

any update on the runtime thing?

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#7
2012-02-21 14:02

As far as I understand the same driver should be used also at runtime.

If you need it on Maven just add it to your local Maven repository.

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#8
2012-02-23 07:24

Hrm would it be possible to provide it using your maven repository?

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