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how to save multiple report files??

 
Kaustubh G Sharma
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If I have created multiple reports and want to save on same click how could i do that?? for now i am only dealing with single report file .........please respond to my thread very eager to know the answers for it....

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Edited by Dave: Please don't keep posting links to your other posts.
 
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Can you please give some more details... Like how have you created report ? and which save option are you talking about ?
 
Kaustubh G Sharma
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yup ...well actually right now I am only creating single report at a time....now my new task is to create multipul reports which will generated on one place while selecting an option ....right now when i click my export button I've got only a single report and a pop-up to save the file now when I click of this export button at this event I've to map this different-different reports and when I got this pop-up(if no pop-up to save some it will work also just save all files on some define place) for saving the file all of bunch of report got save there....

No my problem is 1). How to create more than one report on single time.....
2)How to save all files .....

hope you got the idea about my problem now..

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Kaustubh
 
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Well, i do not have much idea if it's possible using JR. but what you can do is.
1) Generate all the report on server OR generate reports on server which user wants to export.
2) When user clicks on export button,
3) Create a zip file containing all the reports.
4) Send the zip file using ServletOutputStream.

 
Kaustubh G Sharma
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Not tried it yet soon use my hand on it..Thanks dude ...if i got any problem will come to you ...
 
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Let me know if it works or let me know if you find batter solution.

good luck
 
Kaustubh G Sharma
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I'll do for sure..
Thanks
 
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Hello Kaustubh

I am wondering what framework and server you are using. For example, are you doing all this in a JSP or a JSF application?
 
Kaustubh G Sharma
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Hi bilal thanks for reply actually I am using struts framework and for making reports I am totally using jasper report...
 
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there you go


 
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jiten kothari wrote:there you go


While that will work, it's not the best way to do it.
Please read Chapter 6 of "iText in Action".
I suggest you use PdfCopy or PdfSmartCopy depending on how "different" the documents are.
 
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