Weblogic and CR for Weblogic Workshop

I would like to use Crystal Reports with Weblogic Workshop.  My requirements include ad-hoc querying and canned reports.  Can the JRC SDK satisfy these requirements alone or do I have to use it with the RAS?  In your opinion, what do you think of the SDK's robustness and ease of use?  Also, is the JRC SDK just a downloadable jar file or do I have to download say, the Enteprise Edition of CR?
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rama_krishna580Commented:
Hi,

Have a look at these articles you will get clear idea...
http://support.businessobjects.com/communityCS/TechnicalPapers/cr10_jrc_data_sources.pdf
http://www.abits.com.co/Descargas/cr10_getting_started_with_jrc.pdf

i hope these documents wll help you to get good knowledge about your problem...
Best of luck...

R.K
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