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Accessing test.jsp page outside Crystal Reports for Eclipse

<p>Hello All,</p><p>Iam very very new to Crystal Reports for Eclipse...</p><p>I have created a .jsp called as test.jsp (by using the help file which i downloaded from diamond)..</p><p>I have created a report called CrystalReport1.rpt and i have integreatd the same with a .jsp called test.jsp</p><p>I can see the file running absoultely fine in Eclipse but when I ty to open using Internet explorer by gidving <a href="http://localhost:8080/WebContent/test.jsp">http://localhost:8080/WebContent/test.jsp</a> iam getting nothing...</p><p>Can anyone here help to open the same file using Internet explorer?</p><p>The reason why i want to open it Internet explorer is becasuse i wanted to integreat the new jsp file with my current application which is developed using jsp...</p><p>Is it require to deploy the application something like we do in Visual Studio?</p><p>Thanks in advance</p><p>Jack</p>

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 02:03 AM

    Hi Jack

    The same thing happened to me once. I'm assuming that you used the tooling to drag the report onto the JSP page and you got prompted with some questions about the code you wanted to include.

    If you take a closer look at the code that was inserted into your test.jsp you may notice that it is commented out. I think they did this to make sure we don't screw up you current code.

    Go in and uncomment the code and you will start to see things happen.

    Rob Horne
    Rob's blog - http://diamond.businessobjects.com/blog/10>

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