Aspose.Slides for JasperReports is an external exporter for JasperReports that allows you to convert your reports in PowerPoint presentation (PPT) and slideshow (PPS) formats in your java applications. It supports JasperReports 2.0, 3.0 and higher.
Aspose.Editor for .NET 220.127.116.11 Aspose.Editor is a .NET word processor control for desktop and web applications. It supports document conversion formats like DOC, DOCX, DOCM, ODT, HTML, MHTML, WordML, RTF & TXT. Include thumbnails generation of pages as TIFF, PNG, JPEG, BMP or EMF.
Aspose.Workflow for .NET 18.104.22.168 Aspose.Workflow is a .NET component which helps managing workflow applications in GUI mode. It supports configuring workflow applications with MySQL and PostgreSQL databases. Also allows editing XPDL packages using a web based XPDL designer.
Description: Aspose.Slides for JasperReports is an external exporter for JasperReports that allows you to convert your reports in PowerPoint presentation (PPT) and PowerPoint slideshow (PPS) formats in your java applications. It supports Java 2 platform standard edition 5.0 and JasperReports 2.0, 3.0 and higher. Now you can also integrate Aspose.Slides for JasperReports with JasperServer.
Aspose.Words for JasperReports 22.214.171.124 Aspose.Words for JasperReports allows exporting reports from JasperReports and JasperServer to DOC, DOCX, RTF, ODT, HTML and TXT formats. It is written in Java and the JAR file can
Aspose.PowerPoint for Java 1.3 Aspose.PowerPoint is a java reporting component which enables you to read and write PowerPoint presentations without utilizing Microsoft PowerPoint.The latest version added new
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