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Create report templates for Crystal Report 9 and Java

Create report templates for Crystal Report 9 and Java

Create report templates for Crystal Report 9 and Java

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Hi,

I am newbie in this forum and hope experts here can help me in doing reports in CR9 and Java. As there is no good tutorial that guides a user step by step creating report template for Java from BusinessObjects. So I don't know how to getting started with it. It is just like the steps of creating reports for ASP.NET by Crystal Reports. As the reports I want to create would need to work with dynamic SQL, so I need some steps in createing those report templates in CR that work with dynamic SQL.

If you have any good examples or source code for CR9 and JSP, especially in creating and populating data with reports, I will be very appreciate.

Thanks for your kind attention,
Raymond

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