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Integration crystal report in java with open source library

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I need to integrate crystal reports in java,Isty there any open source library for such functionality.

I goggled a lot but couldn't find such,Please guide me.

However there is one article which i have gone through is given below,but i think this product is licensed one.

http://www.javathinking.com/2011/09/using-the-crystal-reports-java-api-to-generate-pdf/
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I am not aware of any open source Java libraries.

Crystal itself will require licenses to run with Java so even if you find an open source solution, you will need a license for Crystal

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I have licenses for crystal report,but i need an open source library to link the crystal report in java.
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Everything I can find recommends using the Crystal for Java which is now Eclipse

http://www.java-forums.org/advanced-java/989-crystal-report-java.html

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Helpful article thanks
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