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Weird problem with JasperReports in web application

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Hello everyone,

I'm having this weird problem with JasperReports. I have a web application that generates reports in the default way (showing it on a swing window). I tested it on the server and it was working just fine.
Then, I went to one of the client machines to test the reports. I clicked on the link, no error showed, like if things were working just fine, but the report did not open. I kept trying, when I realized, astonished, that the report windows were opening on my server machine, and not on the client machine I was requesting them from!
Has anyone seen this happen? I suppose it's because of some wrong settings or stuff.
Here's how I call my reports:

My server runs on a SUSE Linux 9.3 box, and all client machines run Windows XP.
I'm using java 5.

Thank you all for helping.

ps.: Sorry if this isn't the right forum. I just didn't find one that fits.
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Moved to the Other Java Products forum.
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