In these guides you can read more about the first steps with i-net Designer, the basic concepts of i-net Clear Reports, the Visual Database Wizard, grouping and sorting of data, custom-fit the viewer to your specific needs and more.
Ad Hoc Reporting
guide describes how configure an i-net Clear Reports server to run an Ad Hoc Reporting, how to create the layouts and data source files for the users and gives you an introduction on how to modify the user interface of the Ad Hoc Reporting web front-end.
Database Wizard guide
will assist you in understanding and making the most of all that the Visual Database Wizard has to offer, by leading you step by step through each of the available features.
of the functionalities i-net Clear Reports offers in the different output formats.
describes the possibilities i-net Clear Reports offers to avoid font problems.
Getting Started guide
describes the first steps after installation of i-net Designer
and it describes how you can create your first report with and without a database connection.
Grouping and Sorting guide
will show the various possibilities i-net Clear Reports offers when it comes to sorting and grouping data: Various sort orders, group name fields and formulas, and hierarchical grouping will be explained using various simple and more complex examples.
Migration Guide to version 8.X
describes the various things to know when migrating to version 8.x of i-net Clear Reports. Version 8.x included various restructuring that might lead to minor incompatibilities with older applications.
describes the administration and usage of the report repository.
is an i-net Clear Reports Plus
feature. This guide describes the setup of i-net SchedulerXML, the usage of the Scheduler Manager by showing simple examples which will also describe all the dialogs and functions of the Scheduler Manager.
describes the security settings (Report Permissions and Report Locations) of i-net Clear Reports.
Viewer Programming guide
with practical ways about how simple it is to use the Viewer's API to custom-fit the viewer to your specific needs, e.g. embed it in your own Java application, print on the server side, customize the viewer tool bar etc.