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I'm not sure what the correct procedure is for what I would like to do.

 

I would like to have a .jrprint file saved locally on my disk. At runtime a request is made to view this file which should be compiled report with data.

 

I saved the file by filling the .jasper file with my dataset.

 

I'm making a few assumptions.

 

When I save the .jasper file to disk, there is NO data for the report. The only way data is saved to a report is by filling it which should result in a .jrprint file...is this correct?

 

If so, how do I load the .jrprint object into memory at runtime?

 

If my assumption is NOT correct, what is the best wayt to do this?

 

I would hate to be forced to fill my .jasper file everytime I need to view a static report.

 

thanks...

 

TRW

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trw1313 wrote:

When I save the .jasper file to disk, there is NO data for the report. The only way data is saved to a report is by filling it which should result in a .jrprint file...is this correct?

 

Correct.

 

If so, how do I load the .jrprint object into memory at runtime?

 

All you have to do is

Code:

JasperPrint jrPrint = (JasperPrint) JRLoader.loadObject(..jrprint file..);

 

HTH,

Lucian

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