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How can I expend(use) the JAVA UFL in CR XI?

<p>Dear Expert,</p><p> Now I found the "u211java.jar" file and follow the guide to finish the JAVA UFL implement. My setp is:</p><p>1. Add following file to the CLASSPATH: CrystalFormulas.jar ,CrystalReportingCommon.jar ,u211java.jar,log4j.are,icu4j.jar, Myfunction.class, MyLibrary.class</p><p>2. Set JAVA_HOME to D:\JDK1.5</p><p>3. Add the following registry key under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Business Objects\Suite 11.0\Crystal Reports : JREPath = path_to_J2SDK\jre\bin\client\jvm.dll</p><p>4. Add reference to the library to the CRConfig.xml file. </p><p class="code"><ExternalFunctionLibraryClassNames></p><p class="code"> <classname>MyLibrary</classname></p><p class="code"></ExternalFunctionLibraryClassNames></p><p>But when I open the CR and enpand the "Additional Function", I can&#39;t find anything like the guide show. Could you tell me how to find the root cause and how to fix it? </p><p>Many thanks!</p><p>Steven</p>

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    Posted on Feb 14, 2007 at 08:19 AM

    Java UFLs currently do not work with BusinessObjects Enterprise. Only the COM UFLs work with Enterprise.

    Currently the Java UFLs only work with the Java Reporting Component which comes with Crystal Reports Developer or Crystal Reports for Eclipse.

    Rob Horne
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