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JRC export character seperated values

<p>The Java Reporting Component cannot export to characterSeperatedValues format.</p><p>Does anybody know if this is planned to be imlemented, as it is seriously jeopardising our deployment of CR on Java. Most of our reports need to made available in Excel as raw data, for users to manipulate. I can understand that the msExcel export format is quite difficult to implement, but surely characterSeperatedValues format should be straightforward?</p><p>We are having to develop a seperate export (in Java code) for each report we are writing - which means building up the SQL query from the report parameters, and implementing any formulas/calculated fields again in Java, basically meaning that we have to do each report twice: once in CR and then again in Java.</p><p>PLEASE BusinessObjects, please implement this feature (either characterSeperatedValues or recordsToMSExcel)! <br /></p>

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  • Posted on Oct 27, 2006 at 03:32 AM

    This feature was introduced when XI R2 was released. You can get this functionality by updating your JRC version to XI R2 or to Crystal Reports for Eclipse. Both are free upgrades for XI users. I would probably recommend moving up to Crystal Reports for Eclipse as it thas the latest version of the JRC. You should be able to find the link to download the product in the upper right-hand corner of this page.

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    Sean Johnson (CR4E Product Manager)

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      <p>I am having the same problem with jrc and csv export. I have upgraded to CR XI R2 and now can export the very simplest of reports but anything more complex using groups and subreports causes the error above. I am seriously doubting whether CR will be able to meet the needs of our application. <br /></p><p>&nbsp;</p>

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