Sample Application: FFAssist using Crystal .NET for Visual Studio 2005 - Part 3
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by Eric Landes
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Conclusion

This sample application has gone from showing you the initial architecture of the application, to using a business object as the basis for the report.  The intent was to give you a flavor for the different tools available to you in Visual Studio 2005 for Crystal Reports. 

In my opinion, there's a lot to be excited about concerning the new viewer for Crystal, and the new options VS 2005 provides for accessing data.  Now that this is in Beta 2, feel free to try this and other new features!  Keep on coding.


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Title: Crystal Report for Visual Studio 2005   
Name: waiche
Date: 2006-02-09 9:31:58 AM
Comment:
Help me ! I used Crystal Report in ASP.NET pages with VS2005. When I used ASP.NET Development Server to test, it is ok. But I used IIS Server to test, it throw an error. (Error: Report load fail). Report can't display
(my email: waicheqn@yahoo.com.vn)
Title: Problems about SQLEXPRESS db version   
Name: Sabry
Date: 2005-11-08 10:26:59 AM
Comment:
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Title: re: Abdullah Alshuaili   
Name: Daniel Nico
Date: 2005-11-08 7:27:47 AM
Comment:
How do you set a relative path to a datasource location in Crystal Reports? Please let me know how you did this.
Title: very nice   
Name: Abdullah Alshuaili
Date: 2005-09-07 5:22:26 PM
Comment:
Thank u very much a useful page, it was better if u set relative path instead of absloute in case of crystal reports in vb .net !!!!

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