Tables give you great control over how to present data, including placing fields, grouping them, and sorting them. A table is composed of rows and columns, and each contains several cells. With such a structure a table is a good way to show any two-dimensional dataset.
For tables in a page report, you can embed additional charts inside them. When the embedded charts inherit the datasets from the parent tables, the report becomes powerful. Suppose you want to have a chart to give to each salesman showing this months sales. You can create a table with nothing except a group header panel with the salesman's name and insert a chart into the same panel that inherits it's data from the parent. When you run the report a chart will be created for every salesman. For more information, see Embedding Data Components in a Banded Object. You can also use customized controls to sort and filter data in page report tables at runtime.
Meanwhile, in order to meet the requirements from voice agents used by people with eyesight disabilities, Logi JReport supports exported table components in the HTML data table format to get a section 508 compliant result. For detailed descriptions, refer to Accessibility.
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See an example: The SampleComponents catalog, included with Logi JReport Designer, contains reports that have examples of how each component type could be used in a report. For the table component example, open