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HI All,
I am not working in Java?
I want to konw that,how reports drawn n Java.


Thanks in Advance......
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You can write trivial reports yourself in HTML or plain text, but when they get tricky it will probably pay to go for a solid reporting package. Google about for JasperReports and Eclipse BIRT. You can also call from Java to other commercial packages like Crystal. Let us know if any of those look right for your task.
 
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JFreeReport is another popular choice.
 
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Hi,

Take a look at this.

Best of luck ...
 
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