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Parameter binding in CrystalReports

 
Loges waran
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Hi Dear techies,

I have designing the reports in crystal reports.

For that i need to bind parameters from JSP.

So can anybody tell that how to pass parameters form JSP to crystal reports.
 
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Crystal Reports is a commercial product, is it not? To me that means it should come with some kind of documentation.

So where have you looked so far for information? What have you tried?
 
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Thanks for reply paul.

I have referred one document. The url is:

http://ftp1.businessobjects.com/outgoing/Products/DevZone/CrystalCaseStudy.pdf

Here i have tried what they mention in the document.

But am getting any idea.... Can you please give me the solution for passing a parameter from JSP to Crystal reports.

Thanks
Logeswaran GV
 
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Surely that wasn't the best link you could come up with? I used the Google keywords "crystal reports parameters jsp" and it didn't take me long to find a link to a wiki -- from SAP no less -- which appears to have an entry which exactly answers your question. We even have an FAQ page called SearchFirst -- you should check that out. Oh yes, the link? Crystal Reports Java SDK Samples.
 
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