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Does anyone have any experience/information on LogiXML in Virtualised Environment

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We currently use the free version of LogiXML (www.freereporting.com) and are planning on using it in a VMWare environment in the near future. Has anyone implemented LogiXML in a VMWare environment? If so, what has been your experience with it? Is there any documentation available out there on doing this?

Any assistance would be appreciated.
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A Java based reporting application? Can't see why it shouldn't work. Nearly all applications will run perfectly within a vmware environment. Some apps that use hw dongles might need a few workarounds to work properly, and some apps that are doing database synchronizing between several servers (like AD controllers) will need to be setup with some special care.

Other than that, your install process would probably be similar to as if you were installing it on a physical host.

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Thanks for that. I figured it would be OK ... but thought I'd post  just in case someone out there had already done it.
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