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Error while passing parameter in Oracle Jdeveloper

Hi All,

I was passed Crystal report viewer object From Servlet it is Running fine but one problem in that while passing parameter from that page to data base it is not supporting (The ok Button on page).

can any one tell me how to find Action Button (.Jsp page)

Because i am using .jsp page That was made in CR4E

in that i found only jsp code I have not get how to work Action of that button

Also another problem while making Viewer.jsp pge ..rpt -Crystal reports -- ->>Create Viewer Jsp ->>Insert CrysatlReport viewer API code------->>>1.Connectparameterinthat report 2.connect the crystalreportPageViewer while makin this page i was running on Apache tomcat Server it is not displaying Anything only Displaying Blank Browser

Can Any one help me...



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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 02:26 PM

    For your first question can you please be a little more clear as to what you are referring to? I am not familiar with an action button for the parameter pages.... what I can tell you is that we don't have any jsp code for the viewer controls, all of that is generated dynamically at runtime. We do have a viewer SDK that you can use to set properties on the viewer; information about this can be found in the [Developer Library|] in the Viewer SDK documentation book.

    For your second question, I assume you are referring to generating a viewer page from a report in Crystal Reports for Eclipse. You will need to uncomment the viewer code (for some reason when the page is generated, the viewer code has block comments surrounding it). You will probably want to make sure the parameter code is uncommented as well.

    In addition to this, there is a helper file called that contains all of the helper methods for the automatically generated viewer page. This can be modified in whatever way you wish to suit your needs.

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