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hi all ,still i can't seem to find a way to use
Crystal Report 9 in Java
is it that hard!!?
 
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omar,
why don't u just google it by using the key words "crystal report java"? I believe there will be lots of stuff about them...

If I am not wrong, Pradeep gave me one excellent link about dealing Crystal report in Java in JDiscuss.com... Let me find it back and I'll post the link here, once I found it again...
 
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thx for the resources and i am waiting for ur
reply Ko Ko Naing ,before i have tried and tried to find
any help on this subject but non of the classes that i have
downloaded were working.
so again thx for the help
 
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Originally posted by omar bili:
thx for the resources and i am waiting for ur
reply Ko Ko Naing ,before i have tried and tried to find
any help on this subject but non of the classes that i have
downloaded were working.
so again thx for the help



You are welcome for the help... I will definitely post it for you, once I found it again from JDiscuss.com...
 
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