Combining Web Services and SQL Server Data Utilizing Business Objects Business View Manager - Part 2
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by Eric Landes
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Creating the Crystal Report

Now we can create our Crystal Report.  To create this report, first start the report wizard.  For the connection, select the Business objects Repository.  Once you connect to the repository (you will be prompted for connection information), you can select the Business View we just created.  When you select that Business View you can now add fields to the report.  For instance, we added the following fields to our report (see Figure 5).

Figure 5

From here we can group this by our Location Name then by title. This information might be interesting to view. 

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