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Where to get the BusinessObjects Enterprise SDK - Java Libraries

Hi All,

I have installed the Crystal Report Server XI R2 but where to get the java sdk that I will use in my client j2ee web application?

These are the folders in my CR Server directory.

/BusinessObjects Enterprise 11.5

/Business Objects/common/3.5/java/lib

It seems that I will get the jar from this folder but what are those jars?

/Business Objects/common/3.5/java/lib

What are the list of jars that my client web application used?

Basically in doing my POC work I need these library imports

<%@ page import="com.crystaldecisions.sdk.exception.*"%>

<%@ page import="com.crystaldecisions.sdk.framework.*"%>

<%@ page import="com.crystaldecisions.sdk.occa.infostore.*"%>

<%@ page import="com.crystaldecisions.sdk.occa.managedreports.*"%>

Thanks in advance.



Edited by: Rulix Batistil on Nov 4, 2008 11:38 AM

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2008 at 05:03 PM

    Hi Rulix

    From the packages that you have included ,it seems that you are using managed RAS SDK for the functionality that you want to implement.

    Here is a listing of the JAR files that you would require in your RAS application. Please note that you would require the enterprise jars and the Crystal connection jars.

    - boconfig.jar

    - cecore.jar

    - celib.jar

    - ceplugins.jar

    - cereports.jar

    - certj.jar

    - cesession.jar

    - ceutils.jar

    - cexsd.jar

    - Concurrent.jar

    - corbaidl.jar

    - CRDBJavabeansServer.jar

    - CRDBJavaServer.jar

    - CRDBJavaServerCommon.jar

    - CRDBJDBCServer.jar

    - CRDBXMLExternal.jar

    - CRDBXMLServer.jar

    - crlov.jar

    - crlovexternal.jar

    - crlovmanifest.jar

    - ebus405.jar

    - freessl201.jar

    - icu4j.jar

    - jaxrpc.jar

    - jrcadapter.jar

    - jrcerom.jar

    - jsafe.jar

    - jtools.jar

    - log4j.jar

    - MetafileRenderer.jar

    - pullparser.jar

    - rasapp.jar

    - rascore.jar

    - rpoifs.jar

    - saaj.jar

    - Serialization.jar

    - sslj.jar

    - u211java.jar

    - URIUtil.jar

    - webreporting.jar

    - xbean.jar

    - xercesImpl.jar

    - xml-apis.jar

    Hope this helps you.



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      Business Objects Enterprise :

      I need a cesession.jar file. I searched many sites but am unable to get it from any website.So can u please provide the link which contains cesession.jar file. I need it very urgent.

      My project code depends on it.

      Somebosy said that Business Objects XI install contains cesession.jar searching Business Objects XI install, but am unable to find the link. am getting Business Objects XI API. so canu provide link to it.. it will be helpful to me

  • Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 05:29 PM


    For an XI R3.1 environment, all of the SDK jar files for a Windows environment can be found in the following location on the machine where you installed your BusinessObjects application:

    <Business Objects Installation Directory>\Common\4.0\java\lib and

    <Business Objects Installation Directory>\Common\4.0\java\lib\external

    The cesession.jar file will be found in the <Business Objects Installation Directory>\Common\4.0\java\lib directory.

    I hop that this helps.


    - Robert

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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 05:31 PM

    The cesession.jar file will not be found through any link. It will be in the folder mentioned in the previous post where your BusinessObjects installation is.

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