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Hi,


I get the input from a web application (written in jsp) as parameter in sevlets.
Now how can i pass it to ireport(xml) as a query.

 
Saranya Sivakumar
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can anyone please help me in solving this?
thanks

 
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Simply use Map class instance named parameters you already defined in your code as following:



"Day" and "Month" strings in above code represents parameter names in your report. The parameter name string should match to name of your report parameter.

You are already passing the parameters object to JasperFillManager.fillReport() method


that's it. It will solve your problem.
 
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