Automate delivery of Crystal Reports With a Windows Service
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by Vince Varallo
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This article showed you how to create a Windows Service using Visual Studio 2008 to automate the process of email reports to users.  This can be quite a handy feature for any application.  This is a simple example but you can take this and extend it to put in full featured scheduling and more options when running the report such as dynamic grouping or sorting.

Good luck on your project and happy coding.


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Title: great article!   
Name: mira minkova
Date: 2013-01-07 6:09:56 AM
Comment:
very detailed and easy to follow! Thank you!
Title: get or set accessor expected?   
Name: Mike
Date: 2010-07-29 12:52:00 PM
Comment:
I'm trying to use this example to code a service and I'm receiving a "get or set accessor expected" exception in my RunReport method when I try to instantiate a ReportDocument object...

Any ideas on what the problem might be?

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