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dynamic xml datasource in Java (CR4E)

Dear all,

Is there any simple sample to show how to display rpt via dynamic XML datasource during runtime.

This is the current environment: jdk 1.6, crystal report xi, tomcat 5.5. Now I could new crystal report using XML datasouce when development. what I what is to modify the path of xml file in the JSP page.


I did a lot of search but with no luck. Result shows a lot of examples for database connection modification in runtime.


Best Regards

Rodney Huang

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    Posted on Mar 02, 2015 at 04:59 PM

    HI Rodney

    I don't deal with Java at all, but maybe these sample apps will help:

    Java JRC Set Resultset Datasource | SCN

    CRJava Result Set Data Source | SCN

    CRJava POJO Data Source | SCN

    If not, I'll see about chasing someone down that will be able to help.

    - Ludek

    Senior Support Engineer AGS Product Support, Global Support Center Canada

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    • Former Member Ludek Uher

      Dear Ludek,

      Just share one import note: in web project, we need to copy XMLConnector.jar into bin folder of TOMCAT. Otherwise we will meet exception about database connection loading which is another common question in the community.

      * XMLConnector.jar is included in crystal report java runtime.

      😊

      Have a nice day.

      Best Regards,

      - Rodney

  • Posted on Mar 02, 2015 at 02:35 PM

    Moved to Java SDK forum...

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