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With the release of BIRT 3.7, BIRT now provides a POJO Based Runtime.  This page will cover different scenarios for deploying the new runtime.
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To simplify application deployment, BIRT 3.7 features a new POJO based runtime. The new Runtime consists of a set of jars that can simply be added to the classpath of your applicationWhile this affects the Runtime of BIRT the designer will continue to use the same OSGi based approach as previous versions of BIRT.  The new Runtime is available for download on the BIRT web site and is structured as illustrated in the following diagram.<br>
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==Migration of Older Applications==
 
==Migration of Older Applications==

Revision as of 16:21, 21 June 2011

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BIRT POJO Runtime Overview

To simplify application deployment, BIRT 3.7 features a new POJO based runtime. The new Runtime consists of a set of jars that can simply be added to the classpath of your application. While this affects the Runtime of BIRT the designer will continue to use the same OSGi based approach as previous versions of BIRT. The new Runtime is available for download on the BIRT web site and is structured as illustrated in the following diagram.

BIRTPOJOruntime.png

Migration of Older Applications

Please see Birt_3.7_Migration_Guide for details on migrating applications to the new runtime. The migration guide covers deploying the Viewer to different application servers, API changes, and architecture differences.

Deploying BIRT POJO Runtime with Spring

TBD

Deploying BIRT POJO Runtime with JBoss SEAM

TBD