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How load, compile and execute a report file (.jrxml) inside jar

 
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I work in eclipse, I create reports (. Jrxml) I load and I compile this report through a java program, so far all works well when I generate the jar of this project, my program generates an exception
 
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If you're going to compile a .jrxml file and the .jrxml file is contained inside the jar then you have to load it as a resource, not a file. Without knowing how you're doing it now it's hard to help.

That aside--if it's going to be inside a jar why not just put the compiled report in the jar?!
 
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