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How to call crystal reports in oracle Jdeveloper

Hi all,

I am new in crystal reports . I had created crystal reports Eclipse IDE 3.3.2 in that i created .rpt & .jsp . how to pass parmeter in that file to Jdeveloper or which fille use to pass parameter from daabase

can any one help



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    Posted on Jul 07, 2008 at 05:00 PM

    For information about how to set parameters using the JRC SDK, which is included with Crystal Reports for Eclipse, you can go to the Developer Library:

    Have a look at the Java Reporting Component book, it outlines the various tasks you can perform on reports using the JRC SDK, how to set up an application, etc.

    To use on JDeveloper, you may want to export the project to a .WAR file to deploy on your server, so that you have all of the neccessary libraries and properties files in your application.

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    • Hello Ajit,

      Something in your page is writing output to OutputStream.

      If the CrystalReportViewer is writing HTML, it writes to Writer. If exporting, writes to OutputStream.

      It appears something in your page is writing to the OutputStream, when the viewer has already written to the Writer, or vice versa.


      Ted Ueda

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