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Hi guys..I want to ask..Is it possible to print the datas from a jtable by using ireport???Can someone teach me how to do it??I'm intending to create a pos application..Thanks a lot..
 
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Hi yesaya,

By JTable do you mean a Java Swing JTable?
 
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Yes,by a swing jtable..Can you help me?Thanks..
 
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I'm not 100% sure to be honest, my understanding is that you set up a datasource for a report which is traditionally a JDBC connection to a DB, I'm not sure if you can have a JTable as a datasource out of the box. Mind you you can create your own custom data sources so I guess in theory anything is possible .
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