I want to create a report using EJBClient on Weblogic server. I have successfully deployed EJB on weblogic server. CLient is getting resultset (CachedRowSetImpl) from EJB successfully. Problem I am facing is I want to create a report based on this resultset. As per crystal I have defined JREPath and JavaBeanClassPath and added my ClientClass. Somehow I do not see this class appearing under Java Bean Connectivity. IF I write a pojo to achieve the same without EJB it works well. I am wondering same EJBCLient works well through ECLipse but no through Crystal , what could be the reason ?
Are jar files I need to put in JavaBeanClassPath ? If yes what are those ? I tried adding weblogic.jar but it takes hell of a time and still doesn't display my EJB Client class.
Please help me resolve my Dilemma , as always Crystal is giving me tough time.