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Setyup of E portfolio

Setyup of E portfolio

Setyup of E portfolio

(OP)
Am currently going through the setup of an intranet based reporting system using CR.
Some queries that I have are
1) How do you create your own home page with the crystal report login on the same page
2) On reports: What connection should I be using on an SQL database so the users do not have to have a login for SQL.
3) In the publishing wizard I noticed that you can schedule reports to be updated on a date period rather then updating live. I set the schedule for everyday but still the user has to login to the database
Anyone have some solutions to the above queries and would mind sharing a little bit of knowledge?

RE: Setyup of E portfolio

(OP)
solution found.
For future refence to any having similar problems
The ODBC was created with USER DNS. CR will not accept this connection. It will connect with  SYSTEM DNS.

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