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crystal report and java

 
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Hi Guys ,
Is there is a way make reports by crystal report and customize them through java, my company already got crystal reports v9?

 
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Guys , Any advice?
 
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Given that Crystal Reports costs real money, I'd expect its documentation to talk in detail about any possible programmatic customizations, or that there'd be an SDK if that was in fact possible. Does neither exist?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Given that Crystal Reports costs real money, I'd expect its documentation to talk in detail about any possible programmatic customizations, or that there'd be an SDK if that was in fact possible. Does neither exist?


actually i found some sites taking about SDK for it but versions before V9 and i cant see what they are talking about in V9 !! about documentation i found this link
 
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Business Objects (Crystal Reports) has a many SDK. For Java in particular, there are (1) Report Application Server (RAS) Java SDK, (2) Web Services Java SDK, (3) Viewers Java SDK and (4) Business Objects Enterprise Java SDK.

Enjoy!
 
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James Clarks wrote:Business Objects (Crystal Reports) has a many SDK. For Java in particular, there are (1) Report Application Server (RAS) Java SDK, (2) Web Services Java SDK, (3) Viewers Java SDK and (4) Business Objects Enterprise Java SDK.

Enjoy!


Are these SDks free or i must purchase them ?
 
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