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Adding dependencies in POM for Crystal reports

Hi Guys,

Can anyone tell me if crystal report libraries are available on maven repository; if so how to add dependencies for the same? i.e. Artifact Id, Version etc.

If not, is the only solution adding dependencies by installing individual jars? if so which jars will be needed?

Any response would be appreciated.

Regards

Vyas, Anirudh

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2008 at 04:08 PM

    The only way to ensure you have taken care of the dependencies for the Crystal Report java libraries is to add all of the jar files from <BOE home>\common\<ver>\java\lib to your application, as well as the crystalreportviewers<ver> folder.

    For further information, please review the Java SDK documentation in the [SDK Library|http://boc.sdn.sap.com]

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      Is there still no support for Maven development? If not, can you provide documentation to your jar dependencies? It would be nice to define some sort of dependency graph vs a BBOM.

      Also, is there a difference between the CR Eclipse Runtime jars and the ones found in "<BOE home>\common\<ver>\java\lib" and "crystalreportviewers<ver>"?

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