Sample App: FFAssist Using Crystal .NET for VS 2005 - Part 2
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by Eric Landes
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In this, Part 2 of the series, I showed you how we are displaying the first report on a web page.  We also explored new features including the improved Crystal viewer, adding a summary average, and some other features of interest to Crystal .NET programmers.  We went over just a few of the new features that are available in the new version of Crystal .NET.  Programmatically applying parameters and binding a report document to the viewer are similar to the original Crystal .NET.

In the next installment, I'll add a report that binds to a new ASP.NET 2.0 object.  The sample application that this links to includes one simple report that uses a traditional OLE DB connection to a stored procedure on a SQL Server database.  This is intended as a sample to show what's possible with the Crystal .NET shipping with Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Refresh.  Happy reporting!

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