Load Testing Crystal Reports Caching Features
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Published: 23 Mar 2009
Abstract
In this article, Eric tests the out of the box caching capability of Crystal Reports. Using the testing component of Visual Studio, Eric shows load test results from a Crystal Reports test suite.
by Eric Landes
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Introduction

For those of us integrating Business Intelligence tools into our applications, it can be useful to have information on performance of our BI tools. The idea behind the article is to do some load testing on certain Crystal Reports in a .NET environment. We want to see how effective the standard Crystal caching is in assisting developers in discovering where they may need to do more optimization in their reporting.

Since this is a test case in a very limited scope, the numbers and results revealed in this article are to help in comparison. They are not intended to give absolute numbers for how your reports should be deployed. Rather, the numbers can help as you decide whether to use shared data sources and how many records with the crystal reports caching.

System Requirements

·         Visual Studio 2008 Team Suite (Developer and Test Edition used)

·         Crystal Reports 10

·         SQL Server 2005


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