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integrate jasper reports with Jdeveloper

 
Jitixa Dave
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Hello Everyone,

Can anyone help me,I want to use Jasper report with Jdeveloper.

Is it possible...???if yes then ...How to do it...???

and if not then which is best reporting tool to use with it...??
 
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You might want to ask in the IDE forum if it's not a Struts-specific question.
 
Jitixa Dave
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Sorry... It was by mistake!
 
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What do you mean by "integrate"?
 
Jitixa Dave
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:What do you mean by "integrate"?


I wrote in detail what I exactly want
 
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Jasper is a Java library; any Java library can be used with any IDE, but that's not what one generally would call "integrate". That's why I asked what you meant by it. (And no, I wouldn't call what you wrote "detailed" by any stretch of the word).
 
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I simply want to any best reporting tool with Jdeveloper...to generate my reports......

so wanna know if could work out with jasper...
 
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There rarely is a "best" for anything. In this case I'd think that "best" would be defined by something like a combination of price and features, and only tangentially by how easy it is to develop with. Jasper is certainly one of the best free reporting packages for Java, but it's no match for something like Crystal Reports.
 
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