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Java Reporting (Like Crystal Report)

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any body who know about java reporting or default java reporting and how to use Reporting in java / swing
as soon as possible please send the tutorial etc at
Sam Pat

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Wrong forum.....Muhammad!
Jamie Robertson
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Originally posted by Sam Pat:
Wrong forum.....Muhammad!

Moving to Java in General --> Beginner
Dirk Schreckmann

Joined: Dec 10, 2001
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For reporting and charting, you might want to take a look at JFreeReport and JFreeChart.
Now, after you've registered, I'd suggest moseying on over to The Swing / JFC / AWT Forum and askin' folks about that fancy GUI stuff.

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Joel McNary

Joined: Aug 20, 2001
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I personally use JasperReports as my open source reporting tool. I forget why I didn't care for JFreeReport when I tried it out (it was a while ago), but I found that I liked Jasper better.
Of course, getting the iFreeReport GUI designer is quite valuable. Since report layout is a visual thing, it should be developed visually.

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