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Jasper Report : Connecting multiple sources

 
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Hi,

Can we connect multiple sources at one time from jasper Report ? Do we have to drag drop columns or write querries using DBlinks ? Please let me know.

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Yati
 
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Hello Yati,

If multiple sources mean multiple tables of the same database, then you can do this just by writing the correct SQL query.

If you want to connect multiple databases, you need to use a subreport component for each new database. Please see the following recipe from my book, which demonstrates how to use different subreports (each connected to its own database) in a master report.

Using Multiple Relational Databases to Generate a Report.

Please also note that my JasperReports book demonstrates the use of variety of datasources including relational databases, XML files, and JavaBeans.
 
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