Re: Crystal Reports in a JSP page 794117 Dec 5, 2005 8:47 PM (in response to 843838) ERROR FINDING JNDI NAME(DATA SOURCE NAME) The message is explanatory enough. Back to top Differences and advantages in switching to JNDI at run time At this point, one of the common questions is: What's the difference between using JNDI rather than JDBC i am new to crystal report and dont have much idea how to proceed. saved crystal reports with database expert as oracle server named 'Data'.
Create a data source (2 of 2) Note: Take special note of the values provided in the Name and JNDI Name fields. Figure 8. Figure 19. Not the answer you're looking for?
In this article, you learned how to embed Crystal Reports that use JDBC at design time and switch to JNDI at run time. Close [x] Report abuse help Report abuse Report abuse submission failed. All information submitted is secure. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 34.
Figure 6. but i get the following error: com.crystaldecisions.report.web.viewer.CrystalReportViewer Error finding JNDI name (Xtreme Sample Database 11) My jsp that calls the crystal report is <%@ page import="com.crystaldecisions.report.web.viewer.*,com.crystaldecisions.reports.reportengineinterface.*,com.crystaldecisions.sdk.occa.report.data.*,com.crystaldecisions.sdk.occa.report.reportsource.* " %> <% CrystalReportViewer viewer Drag the Report Page Viewer component into the JSP This will open the New Crystal Report Page Viewer dialog box (Figure 19). check that If you can use a JNDI connection at run time instead, you get the benefits of connection pooling and other application server-provided functionality.
I use ojdbc14.jar classes from oracle for use with jdk1.4. Reply to this Reply to original CRXI/Jboss/Postgres JDBC problems[ Go to top ] Posted by: Mark Madsen Posted on: May 25 2005 18:44 EDT in response to Weslei Marinho I'm having I am working with the following code and need assistance with two things. What does Peter Dinklage eat on camera in Game of Thrones?
Rate this article Comments Back to top static.content.url=http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/js/artrating/SITE_ID=1Zone=Rational, Java technologyArticleID=167283ArticleTitle=Integrate Crystal Reports in Web applications using Rational Application Developer, Part 2: Embed Crystal Reports in Web applications using JDBC Connection at https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24914617/Java-using-eclipse-want-to-pass-parameter-to-crystal-report-export-options.html I can refresh the report myself in crystal. Error Finding Jndi Name Crystal Report ParameterFieldController paramFieldController = reportClientDoc.getDataDefController().getParameterFieldController(); //reportClientDoc.getDatabaseController(). Figure 22.
Figure 20 shows the report in the browser. this page If your Crystal Reports are more than just basic reports, thus have these more advanced requirements, you will find the subsequent articles in this series very useful. JDBC (JNDI) Connection settings dialog box Note: If, instead of the JDBC (JNDI) Connection settings dialog box, you get the error shown in Figure 11, see Resolve Java Server startup failure You change the entry of the web.xml as under Web.xml
APACHE) to always redirect the reports link to the reports server(IIS). suggets me where i am going wrong. How is the Crystal Reports tool connection to your database? get redirected here Programmer/Analyst with a major telecommunications company (Rogers Communications Inc.) in Toronto.
com.crystaldecisions.reports.queryengine.al: Error finding JNDI name (jdbc/Data) Is there any significance in state closed.if so why is the state closed? Embed the Crystal Report that you just created in the JSP by dragging the Report Page Viewer component from the Palette view in the Web perspective, as shown in Figure 18. by buddu edgar on January 24 2005 10:05 EST Crystal Report and JSP Integration by Netanel Weinberg on February 23 2005 07:36 EST Crystal & JSP by cau silvestrini on February
Figure 9. Then you will re-visit the Standard Report Creation Wizard, sub-step 9 of Step 2, to use this data source for making the JNDI connection at run time. Back to top Praveen GawandeForum MemberJoined: 25 Apr 2009Posts: 29Location: Mumbai Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 8:40 amPost subject: Re: Error finding JNDI name (Xtreme Sample Database 11) I dont see Covered by US Patent.
Figure 25. You get the same message when running any regular JSP). [4/8/06 1:05:37:105 EDT] 499ba5aa WebGroup I SRVE0180I: [SampleWebEAR] [/SampleWeb] [Servlet.LOG]: /SampleJSP.jsp: init However, when you use JNDI at run time instead Data dialog box Click Next. http://invictanetworks.net/error-finding/error-finding-jndi-name-crystal-reports-java.html Reply to this Reply to original Crystal Report and JSP Integration[ Go to top ] Posted by: Netanel Weinberg Posted on: February 23 2005 07:36 EST in response to Jacob Hookom
With Windward you design your report in Word or Excel so creating & editing reports is fast and easy and you already know how to do it. At run time, Crystal Reports will automatically switch to JNDI and look up this robinDatasource, using its JNDI name for retrieving the data from this database table. You have come to the right place, this article will describe how you can create Excel Spreadsheets from a Java Application. Can any body help me.
In your original code, I don't see that you set the database logon anywhere. You can follow the Crystal Reports FAQs link on the Rational Application Developer Support page (see Resources) for answers to any licensing, upgrade, or any other quick questions about the Crystal Figure 14. Add Stickiness To Your Site By Linking To This Professionally Managed Technical Forum.Just copy and paste the BBCode HTML Markdown MediaWiki reStructuredText code below into your site. Business Objects: Crystal
thanks in advance. RE: BO SDK Crystal Report hilfy ( IS/IT--Management) 5 Sep 12 10:25 I haven't worked in the Java SDK for this, but I have extensive experience in the .NET SDK which Note: For this example, make sure that you select 2.4 as the servlet version and WebSphere Application Server V 6.0 as the Target Server, as Figure 5 shows. If you have not read Part 1 yet, this article includes all of the relevant information from Part 1, so you can avoid switching back and forth between the two articles.
Is there a reason you can't just post the syntax? 0 LVL 100 Overall: Level 100 Crystal Reports 94 Editors IDEs 8 Java 3 Message Active today Expert Comment by:mlmcc2009-11-19 This article has a lot in common with Part 1, which shows how to use a JDBC connection at both design time and run time.