[Qgis-developer] Ideas/proposal for Attribute Table

Bernhard Ströbl bernhard.stroebl at jena.de
Tue Jan 7 03:29:12 PST 2014

Hi Paolo,

Am 07.01.2014 12:01, schrieb Paolo Cavallini:
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> Il 07/01/2014 11:50, Bernhard Ströbl ha scritto:
>> Hm,
>> if you look at JasperReports it is Java. Can you implement this internally into QGIS?
> surely we want to keep Java out of our way, but there are libs also in Python, e.g.
> python-reportlab

did not know this one, looks interesting though it is something for 
specialists, too.

>> Looking at reports in general some kind of programming will always be needed to
>> generate an individual report because the data structure is individual, too, so I
>> think it will always be something for specialists.
> Yes and no, simple reports are within reach of the average user, see e.g. the
> LibreOffice approach.

I totally agree, it would be a plus if QGIS provided simple reports 
usable by anyone without programming or leaving QGIS. I am available for 
discussions and testing of such a "simple" report generator in QGIS as 
mentioned by Andreas.


> All the best.
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