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Basics of Crystal Report for .NET Programmers

, 14 Jan 2008 CPOL
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Basics of Crystal Report for .NET programmers

Introduction

After I wrote my article about "How to use Crystal Report in .NET", I received several emails about it. Some of you wanted me to make a complete example and explain it more.

Now I have created an example for those who want to know more about using Crystal Report in C#.NET or VB.NET.

My example is designed in Visual Studio.NET 2003 and I'll make another one in Visual Studio .NET 2005 as soon as possible.

Now if you are ready, just follow me and send me your ideas at the end!

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About the Author

ShahabFatemi
United States United States
I am not using Microsoft.NET and Crystal report anymore.
I moved from computer science to space science in 2008. Currently I'm a postdoc researcher at UC Berkeley. I apologize if I cannot reply your mails/messages anymore. This is because I am not using Windows and any of the Microsoft products.

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