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santhoshK babu

Joined: Jul 25, 2006
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Hi all,

I am using a JSP application that use a JRC(Java Reportig Component) API(It comes bundled with Crystal Reports). I am trying to print a report using the JRC API, but it shows some exception. I would like to know whether i should do some settings in order for my web container to get access the printer(HP Laser Jet) in my network.

I have tried to print a file from my desktop using that printer without any problem.

Please help..

Thanks in Advance.
Jesper de Jong
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It would help if you would tell us exactly what the exception is. Does this question have anything to do with Apache Tomcat?

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