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JRPRINT files: what are they and how do I open them?

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JasperReports data for printing

Pretty much every jprint file you encounter is used  as print-ready data exported by the JasperReports reporting engine for Java.

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JRPRINT file is a data file created by JasperReports, an open-source reporting engine written in Java. It contains data for a report, which includes report layout, query information, and print settings.

These .jrprint files are used for the purpose of generating reports from XML templates and custom data sources, such as a database, array, or collection. It can be exported to various formats including PDF, HTML, CSV, XLS, RTF, TXT, and others.

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