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can we use crystal report writer in java

 
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hello all
is it possible to use crystal report writer with our java program to display the result, if yes how to do that please help
thanking you
 
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What I found when searching Google is that there is a Java Bean that ships with Version 8.5 that allows you to load Reports created with Crystal Reports.
So if you stinkin rich, or your company bought Crystal Reports go for it. If you need a less expensive solution that is more Java friendly, I would suggest
Jasper Reports
JFree Report
BTW - This has what to do with JDBC??
[ August 18, 2003: Message edited by: Gregg Bolinger ]
 
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Creating Jasper Reports using iReport is cake and free.
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