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How do I install UFL for Crystal Report XI for use on BOE InfoView XI 3.1?

I have a Crystal XI Report that uses a UFL that was created by someone else. The library works just fine on my machine but I need to put this report out in BOE InfoView XI 3.1 for users. The library is Java Class.

I have tried to put the library onto the BOE server but the folder structure, etc. is different on the BOE server.

Could use some help on this.

Thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on May 21, 2009 at 10:11 PM

    Hi Emerson,

    I would try this SAP NOTE on R3.1 server:

    NOTE# 1258696 - Java Custom Functions for Crystal Report 2008

    The directory structure would be same for R3.1

    If you have CR2008, install it on the R3.1. Then test the report in CR2008 Designer before trying in Infoview. It will not work in Infoview if it doesn't for CR2008.

    Hitomi

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    Posted on May 21, 2009 at 10:20 PM

    I have a license for Crystal XI on my desktop and that is all.

    We have licensing for BOE Repository to store and execute Crystal Reports. When I run a published Crystal Report the view panel in InfoView displays Crystal Report 2008 logo.

    Crystal Reports with UFL work on my machine because I can follow the documentation for Crystal Java UFL's (which is the same as the note you referenced), but that documentation is useless for BOE InfoView because Crystal Reports on the BOE InfoView server is entirely different.

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