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Crystal report compatability with java, my sql and linux

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Hi sir,

I have some clarifications regarding the development and implimentation of
crystal reports.

1. Is crystal report is compatible with Mysql (like any other db).

2. Can we execute(or convert in to pdf,excel etc) a crystal report through java
code?

3. If so, is it going to work in linux enviornment?

Pls give me answer to this questions with compatible versions of crystal
reports.


thanks in advance

sreejith
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Crystal Reports Never work on Linux. There are purely depends on MS Windows API Calls
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go for Reporting Mill for Java  -> http://www.reportmill.com/
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Crystal Reports information wor windows based Java

http://www.businessobjects.com/products/reporting/crystalreports/java/default.asp
http://www.businessobjects.com/global/pdf/products/crystalreports/cr10_feat_ver_ed.pdf


Crystal Reports can connect to almost any data source—including relational, OLAP, and XML data. Whether you require access to databases, files, logs, application systems (Customer Relationship Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, etc.) or program elements, you can use Crystal Reports to access it. Crystal Reports also supports Unicode so you can report off of data stored in virtually any language. Plus, for developers, access to user-defined or application in-memory data is available through JavaBeans, COM data providers and ADO .NET.
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by:mmuruganandam
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Have a look at CrystalClear.  That is too in converting crystal report to pdf, html, rtf....


http://www.inetsoftware.de/English/Produkte/CrystalClear/Default.htm


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Muruga
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