Jaspersoft Studio - midPoint integration HOWTO

Last modified 22 Apr 2021 17:31 +02:00
This functionality is obsolete. It is no longer supported or maintained.

There is an experimental jasper report query executor which can be used in Jaspersoft Studio to build custom reports. This plugin requires running midPoint and some configuration in Jaspersoft Studio. Source code of the plugin can be find on github. To be honest, it is still not perfect and bugs may exist. In the case you’ll find some bugs, please create an issue in our JIRA and assign it to .

Configure Jaspersoft Studio with midPoint plugin

  1. Install Jaspersoft Studio

    • Tested versions: 6.0.3, 6.0.4 and 6.1.0

  2. Build and deploy midPoint

  3. Build jaspersoft-midpoint integration plugin

    • edit client.properties file in jaspersoft-studio-midpoint-integration-{version}.jar to configure plugin (endpoint and credentials)

  4. Open Jaspersoft Studio

  5. Create new project

    • Right click and then: New → Project → Jaspersoft Studio → "JasperReports Project"

    • Enter project name, e.g.: midPoint

  6. Add libs to classpath: Right click on project → Build Path → Configure Build Path → Add External JARs button
    The list is based on 3.1.1 tag, exact lib version may vary in future releases. Add the following libs on the classpath:

    • midpoint-jaspersoft-studio-integration-{version}.jar

    • audit-api-3.3-SNAPSHOT.jar (this one is part of midPoint)

    • audit-impl-3.3-SNAPSHOT.jar (this one is part of midPoint)

    • model-client-3.3-SNAPSHOT.jar (this one is in midpoint/model/model-client/target/ when building midPoint)

    • report-impl-3.2.SNAPSHOT.jar (this one is part of midPoint) REMOVE FROM BUILD PATH

    • util-3.1.1.jar (this one is part of midPoint)

    • cxf-rt-bindings-soap-3.0.1.e3.jar

    • cxf-core-3.0.1.e3.jar

    • cxf-rt-databinding-jaxb-3.0.1.e3.jar

    • cxf-rt-frontend-jaxws-3.0.1.e3.jar

    • cxf-rt-transports-http-3.0.1.e3.jar

    • cxf-rt-ws-security-3.0.1.e3.jar

    • cxf-rt-frontend-simple-3.0.1.e3.jar

    • cxf-rt-wsdl-3.0.1.e3.jar

    • cxf-xjc-runtime-3.0.3.jar

    • jaxb2-basics-runtime-0.6.3.jar

    • jaxb-impl-2.2.10-b140310.1920.jar

    • jaxb-core-2.2.10-b140310.1920.jar

    • jackson-dataformat-yaml-2.3.1.jar

    • relaxngDatatype-20020414.jar

    • spring-context-3.0.5.RELEASE.jar (Be aware that Jasper Studio 6.0.4 is compatible with Spring 3, which may be found e.g. here: http://nexus.evolveum.com/nexus/content/repositories/spring-releases/org/springframework/)

    • spring-aop-3.0.6.RELEASE.jar (Be aware that Jasper Studio 6.0.4 is compatible with Spring 3, which may be found e.g. here: http://nexus.evolveum.com/nexus/content/repositories/spring-releases/org/springframework/)

    • wsdl4j-1.6.3.jar

    • wss4j-ws-security-dom-2.0.1.jar

    • wss4j-ws-security-common-2.0.1.jar

    • xmlschema-core-2.1.0.jar

    • xmlsec-2.0.1.jar

    • xsom-20110809.jar

  7. Configure new query executor in Jaspersoft Studio

    • In Jaspersoft studio go to the Window → Preferences, find Jaspersoft Studio and then Properties. Click on the Add button and fill the required fields with following values:

      • Property Name "net.sf.jasperreports.query.executer.factory.mql"

      • Value "com.evolveum.midpoint.jaspersoft.studio.integration.MidPointRemoteQueryExecutorFactory"

  8. Create new Data adapter (in Jaspersoft Studio - Repository tab)

    • Right click on the project you created in step 4 and then: New → Other → Jaspersoft Studio → Data Adapter (name it mql for example) → Query executor adapter

    • Locate Repository tab in left upper corner, usually next to "Project Explorer". If it’s not there try Windows → Open Perspective → Other → Report Design

    • In the Repository tab right click on the Data Adapters and choose "Import from Workspace" and then choose the data adapter you created previously

  9. Probably after you configure Jaspersoft Studio you will need to restart it (some class loading problems)

  10. Run report with the midPoint adapter (created in the previous step) - see below in Usage


  • Jaspersoft Studio is starting a little bit longer because of different initializations

  • You can user only "primitive" types for report parameters in Jaspersoft Studio - other parameters are not shown while running reports and this may cause errors while executing queries or scripts. Other possibility is to use queries without parameters.

  • In the subdatasets the name of the parameter *must be *the name for the JAXB element - it can be found in schema or ObjectFactory class.

  • Fields class should be classes defined in schemas (common-3, audit-3,…​).


  1. In studio, open project as described above.

  2. Add new report (New→Jasper Report) or manually create .jrxml file in your JaspersoftWorkspace/<project> folder.

  3. Login to midPoint and go to Reports→List reports, Configure button at desired report and then click Jasper Template tab.

  4. Copy whole Jasper template XML to your new studio report.

  5. Now you need to copy styles:

    1. In midPoint, Jasper template style tab - copy inner content of <jasperTemplate> tag. Starting with <style>…​

    2. Add style lines to your studio report - usually under last <property> or <import> tag at the near top of source.

  6. In studio, click Preview tab and choose mql as data adapter.

  7. Fill in input parameters (if any) and click Play.


  • When tuning Jasper Studio dont forget to check idm.log in midPoint as well! E.g. many SOAP exceptions are there.

  • Report compilation results in "Could not resolved style(s)" - Your JRXML is missing style references. Just copy content of <jasperTemplate> from midPoint portal to your JRXML file under <import> tag. E.g. <style name="Base" isDefault="true" …​ />

  • "Unmarshalling Error: unexpected element…​" - avoid prism.jar on the classpath

  • "SoapFault: Fault occurred while processing." - see JAXB element limitation above and check your <datasetParameter> names

  • "SOAPFaultException: Security processing failed" which is Caused by: "java.lang.ClassCastException: org.apache.wss4j.common.ext.WSPasswordCallback cannot be cast to org.apache.wss4j.common.ext.WSPasswordCallback" - restart Studio, delete .jasper file, close report tab and compile again OR re-create new report (and copy/paste the content from the original one), you don’t need to restart Studio

  • To force report refresh/recompile, try closing the report tab and open jrxml again.

  • java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out - increase timeouts in client.properties

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