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evan theon
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i need a complete reference about printing in java, especially which includes printing a bunch of data from a database in a particular format. so i wonder where can i find a good and reliable source (web sites,forums,or books) for it? it would be better if it comes up with some examples
thanks a lot guys..............
Chetan Parekh
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JasperReports

iReport

For the example matter check the example and demo application comes with JasperReports.


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evan theon
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i've tried iReport and jasperreport but it doesn't meet my expectation, i expect to have an application that can print a text file from a specific location, i'm thinking about designing the application with pure Java. So i need some references that can be used or related with my issue
but thanks anyway for your help i really appreciate it.....and for the upcoming helps i thank you all before
Michael Lloyd Lee
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Joined: Sep 07, 2005
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> i need a complete reference about printing in java
Sun Printing Tutorial and the printing API documentation?

> especially which includes printing a bunch
> of data from a database in a particular format

With playing, you can create any format you like with the above. If you are after existing solutions, then the only two I really know of have been posted above.


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