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Crystal Enterprise 8.5 on Linux

Posted on 2004-08-04
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I want to install Crystal Enterprise 8.5 on Linux. Does the CE 8.5 support on it?

This is my environment:

Operating System : Linux
Database : Oracle 9i / DB2 8.1
Application Server : WebSphere
Application Technology : Java, J2EE with struts frame work.

Thanks
Suresh
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I don't think 8.5 would work from what I see on the site, but according to http://www.businessobjects.com/news/press/press2004/20040607_ce_linux_prod.asp "Crystal Enterprise 10 certified on Red Hat Enterprise Linux is available now."
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