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Decrypting Data in Crystal Reports

, 27 Dec 2003 CPOL
How to decrypt data for Crystal Reports using formulae to automate your managed code with User Function Libraries.
decryptforcrystal_src.zip
Crystal Decrypt Download
ActiveX DLL Project
CRUFLrij.dll
CRUFLrij.exp
CRUFLrij.lib
CRUFLrij.vbp
CRUFLrij.vbw
Managed Code Projects
CrystalCipherDb
App.ico
bin
Debug
Release
CrystalCipherDb.exe
CrystalEncryption.dll
CrystalCipherDb.csproj.user
obj
Debug
temp
TempPE
Release
temp
TempPE
CrystalEncryption
bin
Debug
CrystalEncryption.tlb
Release
CrystalEncryption.dll
CrystalEncryption.csproj.user
obj
Debug
CrystalEncryption.tlb
temp
TempPE
Release
temp
TempPE
UFLHarness
App.ico
bin
Debug
Release
UFLHarness.exe
CrystalReport1.rpt
obj
Debug
temp
TempPE
Release
temp
TempPE
UFLHarness.csproj.user
{048B7C13-A315-45F6-9217-355464507880}.rpt
{5FA5A83D-774E-436C-9B00-731D3A4E45E1}.rpt
{FF67140F-8982-4FC2-81A3-59D709FE6E24}.rpt
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Simon Segal
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Australia Australia
Simon Segal resides in Melbourne Australia, is a certified MCAD, MCSD, MCDBA, MCSE, MCST BizTalk Specialist and has been working in the Software Development industry for some 10 years now. His key area of interest are distributed systems / SOA built with Microsoft technologies.

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