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Special Edition Using Crystal Reports is a reference guide designed to provide hands-on experience with the latest release of the product suite. The latest version of the Crystal Reporting Suite, delivers vast enhancements that drive upgrades from licensees who'll seek a reference to help them migrate. As Crystal Decisions insiders, the authors bring unique and valuable real-world perspectives on implementations and use of the Crystal Reports product.

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Overview

Special Edition Using Crystal Reports is a reference guide designed to provide hands-on experience with the latest release of the product suite. The latest version of the Crystal Reporting Suite, delivers vast enhancements that drive upgrades from licensees who'll seek a reference to help them migrate. As Crystal Decisions insiders, the authors bring unique and valuable real-world perspectives on implementations and use of the Crystal Reports product.

The book includes content, tutorials and samples for reporting within the Microsoft Visual Studio.NET environment and on the SAP Business Information Warehouse. New content on report distribution, and integration into the secured managed reporting solution known as Crystal Enterprise 10, is also now included in this definitive user guide.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789731135
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 7/14/2004
  • Pages: 860
  • Product dimensions: 7.48 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 2.05 (d)

Table of Contents

I Crystal Reports design
1 Creating and designing basic reports 17
2 Selecting and grouping data 53
3 Filtering, sorting, and summarizing data 77
4 Understanding and implementing formulas 93
5 Implementing parameters for dynamic reporting 127
II Formatting Crystal Reports
6 Fundamentals of report formatting 145
7 Working with report sections 167
8 Visualizing your data with charts and maps 187
9 Custom formatting techniques 217
III Advanced Crystal Reports design
10 Using cross-tabs for summarized reporting 231
11 Using record selections and alerts for interactive reporting 247
12 Using subreports for advanced reporting 263
13 Using formulas and custom functions 281
14 Designing effective report templates 295
15 Additional data sources for Crystal Reports 313
16 Multidimensional reporting against OLAP data with Crystal Reports 323
IV Enterprise report design - analytic, Web-based and Excel report design
17 Introduction to Crystal repository 349
18 Crystal Reports semantic layer - business views 359
19 Creating Crystal analysis reports 375
20 Advanced Crystal analysis report design 409
21 Ad hoc application and Excel plug-in for ad hoc and analytic reporting 437
V Web report distribution - using Crystal Enterprise
22 Introduction to Crystal Enterprise 461
23 Using Crystal Enterprise with Web desktop 473
24 Crystal Enterprise architecture 505
25 Planning considerations when deploying Crystal Enterprise 541
26 Deploying Crystal Enterprise in a complex network environment 569
27 Administering and configuring Crystal Enterprise 597
VI Customized report distribution - using Crystal Reports components
28 Java reporting components 653
29 Crystal reports .NET components 673
30 COM reporting components 695
VII Customized report distribution - using Crystal Enterprise embedded edition
31 Introduction to Crystal Enterprise Embedded edition 713
32 Crystal Enterprise - viewing reports 725
33 Crystal Enterprise Embedded - report modification and creation 741
VIII Customized report distribution - using Crystal Enterprise Professional
34 Introduction to the Crystal Enterprise Professional object model 765
35 Creating enterprise reporting applications with Crystal Enterprise part I 783
36 Creating enterprise reporting applications with Crystal Enterprise part II 801
A Using SQL queries in Crystal Reports 819
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