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Which jrxml file can be called from Java

 
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Hello,

I want to know is it possible if I create a report in iReport Designer and use that report ".jrxml" file. And call that file from Java program to view as report in JasperReportViewer??
Or do I always have to compile it and then use it?
Can I directly use the jrxml file created by iReport Designer?
 
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In my experience of using Jasper, you have to compile the report before you can use it. If your jrxml files do not need to be generated at runtime, you can compile them as part of your build and then use the resultant jasper file in your application code.
 
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