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Re: BIRT reports: request for useful SQL

wow, great to see the flurry of activity since i last checked in!

i'm pretty far into developing the birt reports, they're pretty powerful.  can
do a crosstab of quarterly income/balance over arbitrary timeframe, for
example; or break things into departments/projects, group accounts in
configurable ways, etc.  nice.

i'll contrib them when they're a bit more polished.  where should they go
besides this list?

and i'd be very interested to see yr perl script, nigel.

thanks, all.

On Sun, May 22, 2011 at 08:40:41AM +0100, Nigel Titley wrote:
> On Fri, 2011-05-13 at 01:21 -0700, brush wrote:
> > thanks, pete!  appreciate the response, and look forward to the code.
> > 
> > do you have SQL snips you're planning on using?  anyone else?
> > 
> > or what other tools do people use for more nuanced reporting that provided by
> > default?
> Well, I've got a perl script that I use to generate my quarterly ECSL
> reports for submission to the VAT authorities. Works fairly well
> although it could do with some tidying up
> Nigel
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