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Crystal report viewing with Servlets

 
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I have created Crystal report files (rpt) for my project. I want to call these rpt files and load them using J2EE.

Is there any way I could integrate these Crystal report files with the available J2EE technologies? OR do I have to use any other third party libraries to acheive this task?

Please help me.

Thanks
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

I would first check the Crystal Reports documentation to see if it has a Java API. If not, googling for crystal reports java returns a lot of hits.
 
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