• Benchmark Java Charts vs. Print Merge Reporter charting developer tool

    By Joel Michaels 3 years ago

    Well, it looks like the last Java Charts release was 4
    years ago. Has anyone compared the speed of it vs.
    Print Merge Reporter charting developer tool (PMR)? I wanted to mention
    the PMR tool since I noticed the version since 2015 generates charts
    90% faster for Notes and web client users than the previous version.

    Your
    Notes app can generate charts by calling the PMR tool from an agent.
    The PMR tool is a Notes DB app. However, it does require Excel as seen
    below.

    Web client charting: It supports all web browser
    clients on Windows and Mac desktops. It requires a Domino Windows
    server with an Excel installation.

    Requirements: Charting
    Desktop platforms: Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP, Mac OS X/9
    Desktop software: Notes 9/8/7 and Excel 2016/2013/2010/2007/2004/2003 [or]
    Web client and Excel 2016/2013/2010/2007/2004/2003 [or]
    Web client and Excel Viewer (free)
    Server platforms: Windows 2016/2012/2008/2003/2000, Linux, IBM i, AIX, Solaris

        • <font color="#2F2F2F" face="Arial" size="2"></font>Windows server required for web client access
    

    Server software: Domino 9/8/7, Excel 2016/2013/2010/2007/2003 required for web client access

    Tags: chart, charting, graph, graphing

    Print Merge Reporter Print Merge Reporter for IBM Notes - Mail merge, printing and reporting tool

        • Mail merge Excel, contacts, barcodes and Notes app data to email or printer using Notes, iNotes, web
        • Generate charts and reports to Word, Excel, and PDF format using Notes, web 
        • Export Notes app and Contacts data to Excel
    

    http://www.notesmail.com/PrintMergeReporter