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Jasper Csv export : remove title and footer and remove wrap text

 
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Hi All,
I am generating reports in pdf,excel,csv,text format in Tabular form through common jrxml file. But facing 2 problems:

1. In pdf,excel file, data is wrapped in the cell but it is also coming wrapped in the text,csv file.
I want it to be in one line.
for e.g.
instead of : Client Client it should be in csv,text file as: Client Data, Client Name
Data Name

2. I do not want title and report footer in csv and text outputs. But want them in pdf and excel reports.
Can this be done with single jrxml file with one time compilation?

thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Sak and welcome to Javaranch!

Unfortunately I'm no expert in this area, but I'm pretty sure we've had Q's like this in the past. Have you tried searching this forum for similar questions?
 
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