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Dynamic Cascading prompt group in crystal reports

Hi Guys,

I am working in CR4E framework .We have a report which uses dynamic parameter which will prompt after entering value for original parameter.We have a requirement for dynamic parameters in crystal reports that need to be executed in java application.But while running the report through java application,we know that we have to get the dynamic cascading prompt by using two methods.They are getDynamicCascadePromptGroupID() and getDynamicCascadePromptData().

But we are not able to get the jar file which will have classes that implements the ireportparameter interface which contains these methods.

Can someone please help me how to sort out this problem.

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  • Posted on May 05, 2011 at 04:25 PM

    I believe that all of the classes that are related to the IReportParameter interface are located in the cereports.jar file that are part of the BusinessObjects Enterprise SDK.

    Regards.

    - Robert

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  • Posted on May 05, 2011 at 06:00 PM

    Hi, Maralla,

    The getDynamicCascadePromptGroupID() and getDynamicCascadePromptData() API's are in the Enterprise SDK, not the CRJ, and are not documented and so are not supported.

    I also posted this in regards to the other thread you posted asking this question:

    "[Two questions on dynamic parameter from java API point of view|Two questions on dynamic parameter from java API point of view;"

    Regards,

    Bryan

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