Jessica,

While doing some research on possible reporting tools this past month I 
wrote off Crystal Reports as an option after examining the system 
requirements for the Java Reporting Component.  See 
http://www.businessobjects.com/products/reporting/crystalreports/sysreq.asp 
.  I amn currently looking into JasperReports as an option.

Any information you could pass along would be greatly appreciated 
including information about the cost.

Thanks!
Sarah

Programmer/Analyst
Russell A. Farrow Limited





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I have been working with the Crystal Reports Java Reporting Component 
(JRC)
for about a year now. I'm working through a few issues with iSeries 
support,
but overall, the product is spectacular. I'm happy to answer questions 
about
implementing Crystal and the JRC with iSeries.

Jessica King
Client/Server Programmer

Manufacturing Performance Services, LLC
--A phelon Company--
895 University Parkway
Aiken, SC 29802
Phone: 803-649-1381



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Subject: Java for Batch and Reporting

Any of you have any experience of coding heavy-duty batch update/reporting
functions in Java on iSeries?

I'm particularly interested in the performance aspects and if anyone has 
any
exposure to the Crystal or other reporting software.

Jon Paris
Partner400

www.Partner400.com
www.RPGWorld.com


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