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Adding reporting functionality to my project

 
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Hi,

We have a requirement for creating reports in java. I googled on web and found jasperreports is widely used. Can somebody let me know if there any other options better than jasper reports. As I am newly developing reporting functionality I can spend some time to evaluate the best option.
 
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Crystal Reports is pretty powerful.
 
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Does java have support for crystal reports. How simple is it to integrate crystal reports with java ??
 
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This should help.
 
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If you have the time for evaluating, this list might help: http://java-source.net/open-source/charting-and-reporting
 
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