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I got super annoyed with this too so I build a tool myself https://www.npmjs.com/package/junit-viewer easy to install and use (requires node but no javascript knowdledge)


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There's always SSRS: Sql Server Reporting Services. I have a love-hate relationship with this software, and even though I've often wished and searched for better alternatives (besides writing something yourself), based on your requirements, I'd at least recommend you give it a try. The reason I do recommend it is because it technically holds up to just ...


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We use Nagios for simple monitoring tasks: Your requirements: Open Source Can Monitor a site to see whether it is up or not Publish that data to a web interface Presents graphs and statistics More: Can monitor basically anything Send notification (e.g. emails) on certain events much more Try this demo of the interface.


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We've been using the DevExpress offering (XtraReports Suite) for several years now. For the most part it has worked wonderfully, and on the rare occasions when it hasn't their customer support has been able to provide the answer (and in one case a work-around until a bug we'd uncovered got fixed). Having said that, our use of XtraReports has not been an ...


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CPUID have an utility named PC Wizard that gives a lot of information about your computer, inlcuding the one you ask, but i don't know if they have logging and/or reporting capabilities, anyway, it may be worth the shot.


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I wanted the same thing for YEARS, I finally found the time to make what I needed and it can be found here: https://github.com/inorton/junit2html It generates full a full detailed single HTML page that contains all of the test results and captured content with a reasonably easy to browse index.


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There are a lot of great tools out there for analysing an Intranet Website, but I think that first, we should not bypass the basic tools already built in our browsers! To better express this affirmation, let's disable my Internet connection and just open a local page, delivered by the web server installed on my own computer. It's only a simple page that you ...


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I think Windward Reports can give you exactly what you want (disclaimer - I'm the CTO & founder at Windward). We have a number of customers who purchased us for exactly this reason - Oracle database and they want their users to be able to design their own reports. With Windward you design the reports in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint so your user's are ...


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I would recommend you to use an ETL (wikipedia), it will help you extracting data, optionnally transform then load it to any other database, report, or even flat files (CSV, Excel, or whatever). There are many tools you can check, have a look at Talend Open Studio, it supposed to provide you easy and elegant way build ETL jobs without writing a single code ...


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Try these; Generate reports from your build system. Ant JUnitReport: http://ant.apache.org/manual/Tasks/junitreport.html and http://earlwillis.wordpress.com/2012/01/31/getting-started-with-junit-reports/ Maven surefire-report:report http://maven.apache.org/surefire/maven-surefire-report-plugin/report-mojo.html Gradle: http://www.gradle.org/docs/current/...


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android os monitor https://code.google.com/p/android-os-monitor/ OSMonitor is a small tool let you monitor your android phone. Process monitor all processes and display detail information about each. Network show every physical or logical network interface with statistics. Connection display every tcp or udp network connection, and query it via WHOIS ( ...


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LaTeX is a document preparation system. Strictly speaking, LaTeX is a markup language built on top of the TeX typesetting system; more generally “LaTeX” can mean a set of tools built around the typesetting system. With LaTeX, you don't (usually) interact with a WYSIWYG editor. Instead, you type text with macro calls, like this: \documentclass{article} \...


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Look at http://qlrmanager.com which is closed source, but inexpensive. It's also very extensible and fully featured.


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With these requirements your options are very limited, for PHP and open source, you can use PHPJasperXML, which it's an implementation of Jasper Reports for PHP, if you can relax the PHP requirement, you can really tap into the open source world using Jasper Reports (the real deal), Pentaho, Birt, and others.


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I recommend you use Jasper Reports with its client Jaspersoft Studio. I have used its predecessor iReport quite often and with much success. For my needs the community version was always sufficient so I didn't personally tried the extended products but heard good things about them. Jasper Reports come in three parts: One is a library that you ship with your ...


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Syncfusion Essential Reports for JS/AngularJS can be used to display Reports in AngularJS applications : Sample. It does require a server side .NET based interface. The report viewer can be embedded in your application and reports can be created by the end users using the Report Designer. The whole suite of controls is available for free (commercial ...


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Syncfusion Essential Report Viewer for Silverlight can be used for displaying RDL based reports in Silverlight. RDL is an open Xml Schema for reports, so you can move your reports to other platforms if you decide to move from Silverlight in the future (Syncfusion provides viewers for JavaScript, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, WPF, UWP). Regarding the report ...


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I believe you've already tried all well-known time trickers like toggl.com, hubstaff.com etc. Nice list of time trackers is here: http://timetrackerlist.com/ Quite new web application https://www.pichacky.net could be also interesting for you. It is simple, but provides exactly what you need. You have a big blank space and you can create blocks by double-...


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I went with this: https://github.com/cossou/JasperPHP So, I can use JasperReports to design the reports, then use PHP to process the data into the report and display the PDF. Mick


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There are a number of reporting systems out there with no run-time charge so you can get that. They tend to be limited in layout/formatting but with your statement that you only need banded reports, and I guess they need to look good but not spectacular, you should be ok. Keep in mind that you'll have different levels of effort for each (ie with Aspose all ...


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From what you describe i believe you're looking for something that requires minimal IT knowledge, if that's the case, you can try DBxtra, which lets you create a report from query to final design by pure drag and drop, although if you want to fiddle with the SQL code to optimize it or improve it, you can do so. Also, with DBxtra you can connect to your ...


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I would suggest taking a look at Python + Pandas. Both are free, open source and have a lot of references available including very active communities. Python has a relatively shallow learning curve and Pandas has a lot of capability to handle disparate data. Reports could be produced on a schedule or on demand if you set up a server to do so.


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If you want a reporting tool for free, your best bet it's to use the open source ones like Jasper Reports, Pentaho, Birt, etc., however, you must be aware that all of them use Java.


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Full disclosure, I work for Windward. Our solution is actually targeted at document generation. Templates are designed with our AutoTag tool (3rd party add-in to Microsoft Office [Word/Excel/PowerPoint]). This allow you to connect Microsoft Office to your SQL server database and populate values in Windward tags in your document. Tags are just ...


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Mailchimp's Mandrill could do the transactional stuff for you, while you use Mailchimp for stats and maintenance of mailing lists, templates, mailings. Mandrill is Mailchimp's motor. My experience is that Mailchimp is strict in the e-mail addresses they allow you to use and bulk mail to. For example info@---company--- is not allowed as a recipient. It has ...


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From what you describe, you want a reporting software that can handle Excel files directly, if that's the case, then i recommend you to try DBxtra, which can use Excel files as if they were any database and make standard SQL queries against them with a simple drag and drop interface. Just notice that DBxtra it's not cloud based so it's meant to be installed ...


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I would suggest trying the combination of Pyscape and the Mozscape API. Pyscape Free & Open Source Runs under python3.2+ which is also free & open source Produces CSV reports that you can then go on to customise, (hint python has lots of tools for manipulating CSV files and tools that can directly produce markdown or pdf files). Works with both ...


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I have used Pentaho for this and can recommend it. In Pentaho, there are 2 concepts: Dashboards and Reports. A dashboard can be defined by anyone online, and is immediately visible online. It is interactive: A report (typically a several-pages PDF) is usually defined using a standalone program, and can be generated/downloaded by online visitors. It can ...


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I recommend you to try DBxtra, as it covers most of your requirements and it's easy to create and modify reports as you want, on DBxtra you can simply create the data connection, create a new report object, either create or paste the query, save and your customers will be able to see the report on the web immediately; additionally, you can give a little bit ...


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Pentaho (Community version) will suit your purpose perfectly. Pentaho has separate software programs for each aspect of BI (ETL, cubes creation, drilling/MDX, reports, dashboards, automation, etc). Via any web browser you can: Select data sources, design OLAP cubes (I recommend the open source plugin Saiku) Design reports and dashboards See the reports ...


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