Creating Custom Reports for DotNetNuke Using Crystal Reports - Part 1
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Published: 25 Jul 2007
Abstract
In this series of articles Eric shows how to create custom Crystal Reports for DotNetNuke web sites.
by Eric Landes
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Introduction

To create an interactive web site there are many different ways to start.  Many people will use a Content Management System (CMS) that allows users without technical expertise to edit content.  There are different types of CMS applications out there, both commercial and open source.

With the popularity of many different frameworks to create your internet applications in for .NET, that means there are new schemas to learn to report on.  DotNetNuke, an open source option for your CMS app, has grown into one of the most popular open source frameworks for Portals in the .NET space.

In this series of articles we will go over how to create a few different custom reports.  We will discuss how to use DNN as your portal.  After a brief overview of DNN, we will go over how to get information not easily available in DNN onto reports.   


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