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Custom Reports are one of many well-defined extension points supported by the WSO2 Governance Registry. Read more on Supported Extension Points for a complete list of extension points supported by WSO2 Governance Registry.

The purpose of having the Reports component is to properly document meta data about entities added to the registry as any type of artifact (Services etc.). The format and out look of the report is defined by a Jasper reporting template (.jrxml) and the content is populated by a corresponding Java class. The key components of reporting is as given below.

  • List Reports
  • Add Report
  • Generate Report
  • Schedule a Report

1. All the added reports will be displayed in a table. The table illustrates information such as report name, type, template and actions that can be performed on the report.The copy action would create a copy of an existing report under a different name.The delete action would delete the selected report.To generate the report in the defined document type the user can perform the Generate action.The schedule action would allow the user to schedule the report generation to be done in continuous intervals.When click on the report name the user will get redirected to the edit report page and when click on the template page the template resource will be shown.


2. Below the report list table there is a link to add reports.The Add Report page allows users to enter information needed to generate a report.

    1.  Report name would define the name of the report and the type would define what the document type should be.

    2. The two most important entries would be the Jasper reporting template and the reporting bean class.

    3. The template should be added to the registry location /_system/governance/repository/components/org.wso2.carbon.governance/templates.

    4. The reporting bean class should be bundled as a jar and upload to the registry as well from Home > Extensions > Add.After loading the class do Load Attributes to load the defined attributes.


3. The Generate report would redirect to a page similar to add report where it is possible to edit all the fields mentioned in the Add Report. The generate report would create the report and will get downloaded to the working setup.


4. The user is able to schedule the report generation to be done in continuous intervals.A cron expression is used to define the event triggering time duration.The Registry URL is to give the registry where the report scheduling is being done, and it is possible to include a local or remote registry by the URL. The user permissions should also be provided by entering the username and password.

  • Report Name - The Name of the scheduling report
  • Template - The registry location of the Jasper reporting template (.jrxml)
  • Report Type - The type of the scheduling report (e.g. - PDF)
  • Report Class - Content populating bean class
  • Cron Expression - http://quartz-scheduler.org/documentation/quartz-1.x/tutorials/crontrigger
  • Registry URL - The URL of the registry instance (e.g. - https://localhost:9443/registry )
  • User Name - The user name of the registry
  • Password - The password of the registry
  • Resource path - The registry location where report get stored

See also Custom Report Sample and URL Accessibility For Reports Sample.

 

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