Building Reports using ASP.NET and Crystal Reports - Part 7 Using Subreports to Create Advanced Reports
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by Vince Varallo
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This article demonstrates how to use a subreport to retrieve data on the same report from two different databases.  You can expand on this sample by creating multiple subreports in a single report or use a subreport to run separate and distinct queries against the same database but display the data in a single report.  There are many instances where subreports can give you the flexibility you need when a simple SQL query cannot accomplish your goal.  Good luck on your project and happy coding. 


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Title: Crystal Report   
Name: B.Shah
Date: 2010-09-21 6:43:53 AM
Comment:
Nice Article..Thanks
Title: Donor Database Administrator   
Name: Abdillahi Jibril
Date: 2010-01-27 11:00:37 AM
Comment:
I have medium to advanced level experience in Crystal Report, and your article helps me improve my skills to be better Crystal Report Developer.
Title: crystal reports   
Name: joohitha
Date: 2010-01-05 11:47:19 PM
Comment:
nice article

Tks vincey
Title: crystal reports tutor   
Name: lokesh
Date: 2009-12-28 5:02:03 AM
Comment:
Thanks vincey
very nice and very help full for crystal report beginners.
i will be at lokesh_bsc@yahoo.com

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