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Crystal Reports for .NET

  • Bill Sempf
  • Donald Xie
  • James Greenwood
  • Rob Harrop
  • Colt Kwong
  • Jan Machacek
  • Brian Bischof
  • Jon Reid
  • Kunal Cheda

Abstract

Writing reports is part of many software applications. Every day you probably come across some type of report that was generated by an application. This could be business reports you get at work, utility bills you receive in the mail, or even something as simple as a receipt for groceries you purchased. For most applications this is a required part of the specification. An application that lets a user enter and manage data, but not print it out, lacks functionality that most end users expect. It’s very important for developers to know how to use some type of report writing tool to integrate reports into their applications.

Keywords

Visual Studio Window Application Report Expert Browser Window Report Object 
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Copyright information

© Bill Sempf, Donald Xie, James Greenwood, Rob Harrop, Colt Kwong, Jan Machacek, Brian Bischof, Jon Reid, and Kunal Cheda 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Bill Sempf
  • Donald Xie
  • James Greenwood
  • Rob Harrop
  • Colt Kwong
  • Jan Machacek
  • Brian Bischof
  • Jon Reid
  • Kunal Cheda

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