EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





Reporting of your POJOs with Crystal Reports for Eclipse

Robert Horne (Business Objects)

· Demo

Wednesday, 14:30, 50 minutes | Room 206

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When creating reporting solutions developers are often required to display data that does not sit in a standard database. Data often lives in a collection of in-memory data objects that represent the application model. Crystal Reports for Eclipse, a free plug-in, provides the tools developers need to quickly connect to existing java objects(POJOs) within their applications and display the data in a highly formatted web report. This demonstration will show how Crystal Reports for Eclipse can be used to quickly leverage existing data objects as the data source of your reports.

Rob Horne is a Developer Evangelist at Business Objects. He has specialized in Java and Reporting for nearly five years at Business Objects. Rob spends a majority of his time sharing information on embedding reporting into custom applications at http://diamond.businessobjects.com. Rob is hoping to share information with attendees on how to use Crystal Reports for Eclipse in their Java applications.

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