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Crystal Reports with WSAD 5.1.1, DB2 database

 
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Hi all,
i am using WSAD 5.1.1 and DB2 v8.1 as the database.
I would like to generate reports using CRYSTAL REPORTS.
Can anybody kindly let me know what is the additional plugins, drivers or patches that i need to install to integrate crystal reports software with wsad.Any most importantly, do i need to procure additional CRYSTAL REPORTS software or will the installation of patch do.

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Amar,
Note that WSAD is based on Eclipse. So you can use the plugin described on the crystal reports site.
 
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Hi Jeanne,

Thanks for your reply.
Is it enough, if i download the plugin for WSAD and the necessary drivers OR
should i procure additional crystal reports software for designing the reports?

Waiting for your reply.

Regards,
Amar
 
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That's up to you. I provided the link since you asked about WSAD. (I haven't used Crystal Reports.)
 
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you have to buy crystal reports seperately.
Use URLConnection API to integrate java with Crystal Reports i.e from your java class, you have to connect to .csp file in crystal server.
 
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