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Hi Friends,

We want to integrate Crystal Report Designer in our product. Here designer means we want to create/ modify the .rpt files from our product without using the standard Crystal Report designer.

We want to do it using Java/ JSP etc. Actually we have seen that using RDC (Report Designer Component), we can integrate the report Designer in VB and VC++ applications (In this complete designer comes into the custom application). But can we do it using Java technologies?

Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated…

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There is an aditional war file in your application directory (the that has admin.war, desktop.war & webcompadapter.war) that has the web reporting wizard, i didn't have enought time to play around with the application but i beleviebed this could answer your question.

Omar[):)]
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ps. the war's path is:
C:\Program Files\Crystal Decisions\Enterprise 10\java\applications\webreportwizard.war

Omar
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