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For one of the projects I suggested Display Tag ( http://displaytag.sourceforge.net/11/ )for generating the table based on the java bean. Please share you personal experiences and feed back or any know issues with Display Tag. The other option which client showed interest in were Jasper Reports and Crystal Reports. Please let me know what do you feel about my option of Display Tag above the others. I am very open in this discussion, feel free to let me know even  if I am completely wrong.

The other thing which influenced my selection is that I has to show around some 200 reports, Using Display Tag a single JSP is enough to show all the 200 reports based on the different Bean objects passed where as in case of Jasper reports I need to have different templates and need to load them accordingly. Also I need to embed hyper link for few fields of the report.

It will be very help full if you can point me or list out the pros and cons of the following Display Tag, Jasper reports, crystal reports.
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dispay tag just creates tables, if that meets your needs then use it.
If you need more then use jasper (or crystal reports) which are complete report writer solutions.
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