Utilizing Business Objects Enterprise Server for Report Automation
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Published: 07 Nov 2006
Abstract
Eric walks the user through automating your Crystal Reports using Business Objects Enterprise Server. Using a Developer's perspective, Eric explores making life easier with this enterprise tool.
by Eric Landes
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Introduction

As developers, we do much of the custom development ourselves.  Whenever there are ways to do any of these tasks using existing modules or software, it can help speed development time. 

In working with Crystal Reports, I have recently been introduced to Business Objects Enterprise Server XI.  Enterprise Server provides Business Intelligence developers with a portal for their business intelligence content.  This server can make a developers life easy, by easily automating some Business Intelligence tasks you might try and do by coding yourself.

In this article we will go through 2 basic parts of the Enterprise Server that can assist Developers in basic development tasks.  Enterprise Server is a large enterprise applications with a lot of different functionality included.  In this article we will look at scheduling reports to be sent to other users.  Also, we will look at the InfoView application that provides an interface to your reports repository for end users.


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