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DSL for creating clean CSV, XLSX, and PDF reports in Ruby. Uses xlsx_writer, prawn and pdftk internally.
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Report

DSL for creating clean CSV, XLSX, and PDF reports in Ruby.

Extracted from Brighter Planet's corporate reporting system.

Usage

class FleetReport < Report
  table 'Cars' do
    head do
      row 'Report type', :description
      row 'Batchfile', :batchfile
    end
    body do
      rows :vehicles, ['car']
      column 'Vehicle ID', :id
      column 'CO2 score', :carbon
      column 'CO2 units', 'kg'
      column 'Fuel grade'
      column 'Fuel volume'
      column 'Odometer'
      column 'City'
      column 'State'
      column 'Postal code', :zip_code
      column 'Country'
      column 'Methodology'
    end
  end

  table 'Trucks' do
    head do
      row 'Report type', :description
      row 'Batchfile', :batchfile
    end
    body do
      rows :vehicles, ['truck']
      column 'Vehicle ID', :id
      column 'CO2 score', :carbon
      column 'CO2 units', 'kg'
      column 'Fuel grade'
      column 'Fuel volume'
      column 'Odometer'
      column 'City'
      column 'State'
      column 'Postal code', :zip_code
      column 'Country'
      column 'Methodology'
    end
  end

  format_pdf(
    :document => { :page_layout => :landscape },
    :head => {:width => (10*72)},
    :body => {:width => (10*72), :header => true}
  )

  format_xlsx do |xlsx|
    xlsx.header.right.contents = 'Corporate Reporting Program'
    xlsx.page_setup.top = 1.5
    xlsx.page_setup.header = 0
    xlsx.page_setup.footer = 0
  end

  attr_reader :batchfile

  def initialize(batchfile)
    @batchfile = batchfile
  end

  def description
    'Fleet sustainability report'
  end

  def vehicles(type)
    @batchfile.vehicles.where(:type => type)
  end
end

b = Batchfile.first
fr = FleetReport.new(b)
fr.pdf.path
fr.csv.paths # note one file per table
fr.xlsx.path

Real-world usage

Brighter Planet logo

We use report for corporate reporting products at Brighter Planet and in production at

Inspirations

dynamicreports

http://dynamicreports.rubyforge.org/

class OrdersReport < DynamicReports::Report
  title "Orders Report"
  subtitle "All orders recorded in database"
  columns :total, :created_at

  chart :total_vs_quantity do
    columns :total, :quantity
    label_column "created_at"
  end
end

# in the controller
def orders
  @orders = Order.find(:all, :limit => 25)
  render :text => OrdersReport.on(@orders).to_html, :layout => "application"
end

reportbuilder

http://ruby-statsample.rubyforge.org/reportbuilder/

require "reportbuilder"    
rb=ReportBuilder.new do
  text("2")
  section(:name=>"Section 1") do
    table(:name=>"Table", :header=>%w{id name}) do
      row([1,"John"])
    end
  end
  preformatted("Another Text")
end
rb.name="Html output"
puts rb.to_html

Copyright

Copyright 2012 Brighter Planet, Inc.

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