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JSP and Reporting Tools

Sunday Oyeniyi

Joined: Jul 12, 2005
Posts: 14
Dear All,

Pls I need to bundle a reporting tool with my JSP application and the first option that comes my way is Crystal Report. I have succeeded in the past to display crystal report on my ASP application but now that I have migrated to JSP I cannot do the same. I need someone to advise me on how to achieve this. I can use crystal report to build the reports but how do I display them to users on a JSP page. Any useful resources, tools, books, etc will be highly appreciated.


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