I'm assuming that it cant find the report. I have all the libraries in place and even copied the reports all over the place. Set the path to the reports in the xml file as stated in the start up guide. I've been struggling with this problem all week. There's so little help on the net regarding this and the help on bussines object's website is useless... I'm using tomcat 5.
Joined: Sep 22, 2004
I'm assuming no one on earth has used crystal reports with java...
I have used Crystal reports with java. The crystal sever I used is Crystal Enterprise 9.0 and the web server is WebLogic. I also have experienced this ClassNotFound issue. I guess this happens because of there are two different versions of a class is placed in two different jar files in you class and because of the order you have given in your class path it picks incorrect version of the class. You can overcome this problem by changing the order of jar files in your class path. Try following order cecore.jar cereports.jar cesession.jar celib.jar ebus405.jar corbaidl.jar; rascore.jar Serialization.jar rasapp.jar webreporting.jar xerces.jar