Utilizing your .NET Project's Automated Acceptance Tests on Crystal Reports - Part 1
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by Eric Landes
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Report Settings

Our Crystal report is set up in a grouping format, with the ChangeSet field in the detail section of the report. See Figure 1 for an example of how that looks.

Figure 1

This report also has the Project name in the grouping header section. The comments are in the details section. Because our first test simply tests the naming of the report objects, this first report test is simple. We will go over testing for the type and then value in the next part of this series.

I will be honest; this is not a pretty report. I can say that because it is mine! The point is, our fitness code should work on any report, fancy or not. The intention of this article is to get you started understanding the ability you have to run executable requirements against your Crystal Reports.


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