Understanding the Crystal Reports Object Model
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by Jeff McWherter
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Conclusion

This article is just a brief exploration of the Crystal Reports Object model. With each version of Crystal Reports the API becomes more powerful, adding new features to allow you to control the finest details of a report programmatically. Using the tips in this article as a starting point, you should be able to start manipulating reports via code.


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Title: poor article   
Name: Hamid
Date: 2009-07-22 2:09:38 AM
Comment:
I have VS.NET 2008 and there isn't "Format Graphic" when right-click on picture and just there is "Format Object" and there isn't any formula button (X+2 button) in it. It would be a good point if you inform readers about some exceptions.
Thank You
Title: API is powerful, but...   
Name: David (hand-on)
Date: 2009-07-17 2:34:02 PM
Comment:
This article is a great starting point for all Crystal developers not very familiar with the Crystal API. You can really program whole report instead of using standard design.
But it is such a headache to support those reports. Contrary to the goal of this article - declare separation of business rules and presentation - this approach just mixing both together. I would use stored procedures where it is possible (unfortunately it is quite often a DBA privilege)
Title: Windward > Crystal Reports for Easy to Use Business Reporting   
Name: G-ram
Date: 2009-05-22 6:27:11 PM
Comment:
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Title: useful article   
Name: santosh
Date: 2009-05-14 8:12:16 AM
Comment:
very good article
please provide advanced crystal reporting concepts also
thanx

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