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How to incorporate the layout creating capabilities of BIRT Report engine in web application  RSS feed

 
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Hi some time back i posted in java ranch asking how to integrate the birt. i got a good reply from a gentle man. Now i want to incorporate the report engine functionality in web application. if you use eclipse birt all in one package you can drag and drop and create your layouts. i want to use this functionality in JSP. At least be able to call the api of birt and use it. this is very critical for me and any help would be deeply appreciated.
 
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even if drag and and drop is not possible at least i want to know a step by step procedure to create a dynamic report in web application(which is not a hard coded design). i.e.. the web application should be able to create a design based on the user input
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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