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Creating a custom datasource in Jasper Reports and iReport

 
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So many unanswered questions here... But I really need help.

I created a custom datasource class



Now, I have my jrxml which I created with iReport(and doesn't compile BTW). I wasn't able to specify my JavaBean datasource through iReport because I don't know how(my class is from a project folder)... So, I just replaced the field names manually as they would appear in the FixedInventoryJRDataSource class like this:




It just bothers me why I can't produce a .jasper file out of my jrxml file. There seems to be something wrong. My fields are highlighted in read in iReport and iReport doesn't show any error message.

Here's my jrxml

 
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