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I wanted to know how could i create reports with
java.
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Use JReport tool to create the reports. JReport using java to creat the reports.
very much customizable tool.
Go to http://www.jinfonet.com/ for further details.
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You could use BIRT. This is the new "standard" that's being integrated into just about everybody's tooling - the early versions shown at JavaOne indicate that it'll be in a store near you real soon. The Eclipse integration page is here: http://www.eclipse.org/birt/phoenix/
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