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  1. Resurrection: The Wizard is back
  2. Switft Justice - 30 silver coins well invested ..
  3. Wanted: Report Design Wizard
  4. Strategies for building Extension-APIs
  5. Waiter, there's a Kettle in my soup!
  6. Version 0.8.10: All Features on board
  7. Reasons not to raise kids in the US
  8. Bloatware JDK
  9. The total brain-dump
  10. Debugging, Farming ... still no peanut-butter ..
  11. MQL-Editor - civilized this time
  12. Free the Slaves: Pentaho Charting Expressions are now a independent project
  13. It's election time: Lets bash the poor!
  14. Classic Engine Version 0.8.10 ante portas!
  15. Pentaho, the Platform: How about not being a server anymore?
  16. Classic-Engine 0.8.10 and beyond
  17. Why OpenSource is the thing that changes the world
  18. Not likely to break (Rank 10)
  19. Taking small steps to cross the tab
  20. Independence Day
  21. Nuclear power is safe*
  22. Purifying action: Report-Designer 2.0 is on the way
  23. Two weeks offline and the world goes crazy ..
  24. Oh No! I sold my soul to Xul
  25. Jobsecurity for Spies
  26. How to become Dollar Millionare
  27. Without many words ...
  28. MDX from Hell no longer scares me
  29. Me, Captain Ahab, and a White Whale
  30. The beast is dead - heading back into safe waters
  31. Year of the Mass-Elections in Germany
  32. Jobsecurity for Spies
  33. How to become Dollar Millionare
  34. Without too many words …
  35. MDX from Hell no longer scares me
  36. Me, Captain Ahab, and a White Whale
  37. The beast is dead - heading back into safe waters
  38. Year of the Mass-Elections in Germany
  39. Wordpress running on Tomcat
  40. Sprinting squashes Bugs
  41. Pentaho Reporting Citrus Milestone 2 is seen in the wild
  42. Crossing the border: 500k lines of Java Code
  43. Subversion version troubles
  44. Opening documents with their default application
  45. Not hacker-proof: Getting a Social Security Number in Ireland
  46. Its May - and Pentaho Report Designer is rushing towards the release ..
  47. Apple’s Terminal: Its hard to find something more retarded
  48. Real Rich-Text support is making it’s way into the engine
  49. Scripted data-sources: And yet another usecase for XActions gone
  50. No need to look sour: We’ll show how Citrus came to the Pentaho-Report-Designer
  51. Citrus PRD and XActions: Redefining an out-worn relationship
  52. Charting in Citrus - hardened and extended Chart-Expressions
  53. My horse does not run on petrol - is this a bug?
  54. FusionCharts goes OpenSource - so Pentaho Reporting can go FusionCharts
  55. Pentaho Reporting 3.5-GA is available on SourceForge
  56. Work on the next release started: Lemonade is brewing
  57. Smokin’ new Parameter: Formulas, Hidden Parameters, and relaxed Validation
  58. Teasing the masses: PRD-3.6
  59. Without too many words ...
  60. Opening documents with their default application
  61. Subversion version troubles
  62. Crossing the border: 500k lines of Java Code
  63. Pentaho Reporting Citrus Milestone 2 is seen in the wild
  64. Sprinting squashes Bugs
  65. Wordpress running on Tomcat
  66. Year of the Mass-Elections in Germany
  67. The beast is dead - heading back into safe waters
  68. Me, Captain Ahab, and a White Whale
  69. MDX from Hell no longer scares me
  70. Not hacker-proof: Getting a Social Security Number in Ireland
  71. Its May - and Pentaho Report Designer is rushing towards the release ..
  72. Apple's Terminal: Its hard to find something more retarded
  73. Teasing the masses: PRD-3.6
  74. Smokin' new Parameter: Formulas, Hidden Parameters, and relaxed Validation
  75. Work on the next release started: Lemonade is brewing
  76. Pentaho Reporting 3.5-GA is available on SourceForge
  77. FusionCharts goes OpenSource - so Pentaho Reporting can go FusionCharts
  78. My horse does not run on petrol - is this a bug?
  79. Charting in Citrus - hardened and extended Chart-Expressions
  80. Citrus PRD and XActions: Redefining an out-worn relationship
  81. No need to look sour: We'll show how Citrus came to thePentaho-Report-Designer
  82. Scripted data-sources: And yet another usecase for XActions gone
  83. Real Rich-Text support is making it's way into the engine
  84. Firewalling a Java-Application
  85. Formula-Functions for simplified parametrization in Pentaho Reporting Lemonade
  86. Keeping the promise .. ReportPreProcessor documentation
  87. Pentaho Reporting 3.6 Milestone 1
  88. Back to the start - MDX parametrization revisited
  89. Sorry, next year Santa wont be able to come to town
  90. 3.6 ante portas ..
  91. Time to say good-bye ..
  92. Pentaho Reporting 3.6 released
  93. Agile without fast tools aint agile: Tuning our performance ..
  94. What is that 'drill-linking'?
  95. British Taste Award Winner ..
  96. Launching the Pentaho Reporting status portal and version 3.6.1 available
  97. How to upgrade Bi-Server 3.5.2 to the latest reporting release
  98. New modue: Table-of-Contents for Pentaho Reporting
  99. How to work with Advanced SQL/MDX Datasources efficiently
  100. Drill-Down Update: Charting and Images now with ImageMap support
  101. Charting the way YOU want it ..
  102. Java: the holy language of God
  103. Its about time .. a better date parameter handling in PRD-3.7
  104. New Formula Functions - power to the parameters!
  105. Fixed rules: More on Parameter processing
  106. BI-Server parameter input: An authoritative voice
  107. Market-Researchers and Consultants with an Agenda
  108. Performance tuning settings for Pentaho Reporting
  109. Its Community time
  110. Community meetup fall out: Now there are some new features in the PRD queue ..
  111. Pentaho Reporting 3.7-RC1: Now with Drill-Linking
  112. Supporting the old population - BI-Server 3.5.2 and 3.6.0
  113. Demos and other Material on Pentaho Reporting
  114. Xpand IT marries Confluence with Pentaho Reporting
  115. Pentaho Reporting: More Reports Per Megabyte
  116. Upgrade now - The end of life for JFreeReport 0.8.x has come
  117. How to upgrade your old BI-Server to Pentaho Reporting 3.7.0
  118. Mondrian, XML/A and the Olap4J datasource
  119. ENV-Fields: Why, When and How to use them
  120. Surprise - its December and there is Snow
  121. What is a report?
  122. Documentation Work in Progress
  123. Santa dropped CDA datasources
  124. Staying in touch with the Pentaho Reporting project
  125. Pentaho Report Designer 3.8: Data Caching is coming
  126. What's New in Pentaho Report Designer 3.8 - Report and Data Caching
  127. Element layouting strategies in Pentaho Reporting
  128. Pentaho Reporting 3.8.0 is here ... says the official annoucement.
  129. Using Reporting Parameter for fun and profit
  130. An easy way of Printing Aggregations
  131. [PATCH Notice] There is a rounding error in PRD-3.7/3.8
  132. A bit of testing never hurts ..
  133. PRD-4.0: Lets do something with colors
  134. Using Queries in Formulas in Pentaho Report Designer
  135. Pentaho Report Designer - Better default settings simplify your report creation
  136. MySQL with Pentaho Report Designer for those who dont read manuals
  137. Table-layout: An easier way to build tables
  138. Performance monitoring and tuning in Pentaho Reporting
  139. Access session and environment variables in a PRPT
  140. Pentaho Report Designer - Essential Readings to get started
  141. Align Text in Number Fields and other Formatting Basics
  142. Programmers vs. Designer
  143. The abysmal state of banking in the UK
  144. Integrating PHP/ASP/Ruby-Web-Applications with Pentaho Reporting
  145. Fun in the UK - Today: Royalmail and Three-UK Mobile Broadband
  146. Printing Watermarks with Pentaho Report Designer
  147. Creating your own Parameter UI for the Pentaho BI-Server
  148. Pentaho Reporting 3.8.1-RC1 released
  149. Charting: Categorical Charts and XY-Charts
  150. Enrich your report with sparklines
  151. Video: Design for Developers
  152. Get query-columns with Advanced-(SQL,MDX,MQL)-DataSources at design time
  153. Access Databases with Dynamic Table Names in Pentaho Reporting
  154. How to use the Barcode element in Pentaho Reporting
  155. Don't hardcode host names, use JNDI
  156. What's New in Pentaho Report Designer 3.8.1 - Bug-Fixes!
  157. How to create a fancy tooltip in HTML reports with PRD
  158. PRD-3553 - or the low performance of large reports
  159. Rome: Pentaho Community ante portas
  160. A CDF based parameter viewer
  161. Master your page-breaks in the Pentaho Report Designer
  162. A Message from the Trenches ..
  163. PRD-3639: On Adding Version checks into Pentaho Reporting
  164. Pentaho Reporting's Metadata DataSources now with more scripting power
  165. Doing the performance dance (again)
  166. Killing XActions for Reporting - slowly and with pleasure
  167. Tidying up our HTML exporter
  168. Pentaho Reporting 3.9-RC is on the slide to its release
  169. Linking to a report with the same export type
  170. 10 years of Pentaho Reporting / JFreeReport
  171. Saiku Reporting 1.0 hits the market
  172. Fun with scam callers
  173. A quick introduction to crosstabs in Pentaho Reporting 4.0
  174. Style Sheets in Pentaho Reporting 4.0 - I blame Marius
  175. Pentaho Reporting 3.9.1 released on SourceForge
  176. Introducing the Pentaho Reporting compatibility mode
  177. Moving to Git and easier builds
  178. InfoWorld - clueless beyond rescue (and JavaWorld reprints it unread)