Crystal Reports Optional Table Linking and the Importance of Order
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Published: 22 Jun 2010
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Abstract
Like with most things, Crystal Reports tends to be split into levels of complexity whenever possible. Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced are all used to describe books, courses and articles. The problem is that reporting requirements are dictated by the client and by the nature of the database being reported from. In many cases the initial request may seem simple to implement, but may not be a good logical fit with how the database stores the information.
by Jason Dove
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Introduction

Like with most things, Crystal Reports tends to be split into levels of complexity whenever possible.  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced are all used to describe books, courses and articles.

 

The problem is that reporting requirements are dictated by the client and by the nature of the database being reported from.  In many cases the initial request may seem simple to implement, but may not be a good logical fit with how the database stores the information.

 

This is one of the subjects which would normally be labelled "Advanced" but is actually a common requirement.

 


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