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Iam using CR4E recently, i have 5 fields on my JSP page , now i want to crate a chart viz( Bar and pie) ,with all possible combination in Runtime? If so how? iam new to Crystal report. Awating suitable reply earliest.

Sanban

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 02:56 AM

    All possible combinations - do you mean 2^5 charts or 5! charts?

    With the CR4E, creating charts on-the-fly isn't a supported feature, so what you are trying to accomplish may hit upon that limitation.

    Sincerely,

    Ted Ueda

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      Hi Ted,

      Thanks, iam down with another problem,Iam using Cr4E,now i've a formula field name Gender on which iam doing the Count in design time.Now at runtime i get Count of@gender.i've seen every thing for editing that field,no where i could find that.Can any one help me to fix that problem

      Iam using Crystal report for Eclipse,quick response in awating.

      Regards

      Sanban

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 10:07 PM

    Hi

    I've reports in CR4E containing arabic data,which is comming fine as I export to PDF for printing the arabic data appers as ? ?????.I did find out forum that JRCSupportedCharacterString = new String((InputCharacterString.toString()).getBytes("windows-1 256"), "windows-1252"); But iam not able to get JRCSupportedCharacterString in my JSP.What pakage to import for that to implement and where?? Waiting for suitable response quickly!!!!!

    Regards

    Sanban

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