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- MVP Corner: A Baker’s Dozen of Reflections
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2008 Jul/Aug
Release Date: Friday, June 06, 2008
Quick ID: 0807021
July August 2008 MVP Corner by Kevin S. Goff
- The Baker’s Dozen: 13 Comparisons Between Crystal Reports and SQL Server Reporting Services
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2007 Nov/Dec
Release Date: Friday, October 26, 2007
Quick ID: 0711041
Recent polls show that nearly fifty percent of applications with reporting functionality use Crystal Reports, and about twenty percent use SQL Server Reporting Services. This article will cover some of the major reporting tasks that developers face, and how the two reporting tools (Crystal and SQL Server Reporting Services) handle the tasks. Finally, I’ll provide a sneak preview at the next scheduled releases of both products (the next version of Crystal Reports and SQL Server Reporting Services 2008).
- The Baker’s Dozen: 13 Productivity Tips for Crystal Reports Redux
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2007 - Jan/Feb
Release Date: Friday, December 22, 2006
Quick ID: 0701031
This article presents a follow-up to my January/February 2005 article, The Baker's Dozen: 13 Productivity Tips for Crystal Reports and .NET, where I presented productivity tips for developers who use Crystal Reports for .NET. In this sequel article, Crystal Reports Redux, I’ll offer some changes to the original article and will present some new material for Crystal Reports development. While I’ll focus on the version of Crystal Reports that ships with Visual Studio 2005 Professional, I’ll mention some of the capabilities found in the latest version, Crystal Reports XI.
- The Baker's Dozen: 13 Productivity Tips for Crystal Reports and .NET
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2005 - Jan/Feb
Release Date: Monday, December 20, 2004
Quick ID: 0501071
I'll show you how to build tools to address common reporting requirements for your business using Crystal Reports with .NET.I'll also show you how you can use graphics and multiple levels of detail to summarize large amounts of information and efficiently present it to business users and decision makers. Users of your company data will be the first to determine that an otherwise quality software solution is incomplete if it fails to present data in a way they can easily interpret. Although Crystal Reports provides many outstanding capabilities to help build and deliver sophisticated presentation output, I'll present a proven collection of reusable practices and methodologies that you can apply across most reporting projects to add that extra sparkle to your solutions.
- Introduction to Crystal Reports .NET
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2002 - July/Aug
Release Date: Saturday, June 15, 2002
Quick ID: 0207021
Crystal Reports is officially a member of the Visual Studio .NET product.It is included in all major editions and ships in all languages available with Visual Studio .NET. Crystal Reports .NET provides developers with the fastest, most productive way to create and integrate presentation-quality, interactive reports that scale to meet the demands of end users. This article introduces you to Crystal Reports .NET and shows you how to create reports and view them in either a Windows form or a Web form. I will also show you how to publish a report as a Web service and consume the service in a Web form.