Reportico is a PHP reporting tool. It can create a report from a single SQL command and then build a whole suite of reports with criteria entry, graphs, groups, drill-downs, and expression handling. You can perform data transformation with your own custom PHP code. It can produce output in HTML, PDF, CSV, XML, and JSON.
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Release Notes: Dynamic sortable, searchable grids were added. SQL can now be passed to the reportico engine without having to create a report. Bootstrap look and feel is now supported both in standalone mode and when embedded in bootstrap enabled Web pages. The NVD3 charting library was added. A new SQL command criteria option allows users to type in SQL. Dropdown menu and static menu arrays can be passed to the reportico engine to create configurable report menus. UI elements can now be configured for use as report control checkboxes, output buttons, etc. Various security updates were applied.
Release Notes: This stable added an HTML print button and a form style with a two column page per report row.
Release Notes: A button to print an HTML report suitable for printing. Form Report with a 2 column page per report row. New button icons for output format selection and report control. Report group sections in separate divs instead of one big table. Improved passing of external user parameters using a user_parameters array.
Release Notes: It's now easier to embed reportico in webpages. Access mode allows you to restrict the view to a single project, single report, or single report output. This release allows reports to run solely using AJAX without need for full page reloads. Queries can filtered by user by using the external_user property. User criteria is displayed more correctly on reports, and there is a new optional refresh button and dropdown menu to access reports. Multiple reports can be chained into a single webpage.
Release Notes: This release fixes cell borders not showing in PDF output, critera linking via "Main Query Column", and SQL requiring FROM statements on separate lines from column lists.