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Crystal Report Java Bean list is empty.

I use SAP Crystal Reports 2013 Support Pack 10 (Version CR Developer).

I created a java bean and try to create a new connection using the java bean, but the Java Bean Class list is empty. In CRconfig.xml, I added C:\JavaBean\OracleCrystalReportBean.jar to JavaBeansClassPath. I even added the jar to classpath.

My java bean has a public class that returns result set.

public ResultSet getResultSet() throws java.sql.SQLException {

Statement stmt = con.createStatement(ResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_SENSITIVE, ResultSet.CONCUR_READ_ONLY);

resultSet = stmt.executeQuery(sqlQuery);

return resultSet; }

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