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CR 2008-Integration with JSP

Post Author: Laxman

CA Forum: JAVA

Hi, i m new to crystal reports... I m using the trial version of Crystal reports 2008, developed a report with JDBC... when i run the jsp page it shows " The supplied keycode does not appear to be valid"... Whats the problem... whether i m doing anything wrong?...Please help me get out of this...and i m using Apache Tomcat 6.0 as a Web server...

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2008 at 12:05 AM

    Post Author: Ted Ueda

    CA Forum: JAVA

    Crystal Reports 2008 does not come with Java Developer components - are you using an older version of the Java Reporting Component?Sincerely,Ted Ueda

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2008 at 01:37 AM

    Post Author: Laxman

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    Thanks Ted, yes... i am using CRXI R2 components...I tried the reports which is developed using CRXI,it seems to be working... when i go for reports which are developed using CR 2008,gives me this kind of problem...Actually we are planning to buy a crystal

    product. but we couldn't decide which package fits to us. we are a

    software company, developing web-based applications on J2EE. 1.Our primary focus is to use a redistributable crystal reports package2. which product should we buy to design reports and redistribute the compiled versions ?3.

    i saw 2 products "Crystal Reports 2008" and "Crystal Reports XI

    Developer/Professional" . are they the products that am i looking for ?

    if yes, which package should i buy ?4. what's is the minimal package should i buy to do things that i told ?5. our clients do not need to design their reports, they only use the reports that we designed (as programmers)6. our clients need to export web-based report results as .pdf,.xls,.xml and may print them also...

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2008 at 05:05 AM

    Post Author: Ted Ueda

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    For Crystal Report component SDKs:

    Crystal Reports XI Release 2 Developer comes with CR.NET (version 11.5), the Java Reporting Component (JRC version 11.5) and the Report Designer Component (RDC, COM based).

    Crystal Reports for Eclipse version 1 comes with the JRC version 11.8

    Crystal Reports 2008 comes with CR.NET version 12.0

    If you're developing in Java, the Crystal Reports for Eclipse (available from http://diamond.businessobjects.com) is the newest version of the Java Reporting Component.

    If you're development in .NET, the Crystal Reports 2008 is the newest version.

    PDF exports are supported with CR.NET, JRC and RDC.

    XLS exports are currently only supported with CR.NET and RDC - JRC support for Excel export is on the roadmap for the next version of CR4E coming out later 1H2008.

    Sincerely,

    Ted Ueda

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