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opening multiple compiled reports

opening multiple compiled reports

opening multiple compiled reports

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I am having to distribute my reports using the old compiled way. however to run the reports you have to click on each individually which is very tideous. I want to edit something (maybe the command line) to enable me to open all the reports with one click, does anyone know how to help??

RE: opening multiple compiled reports

There is no command line with compiled reports.  You would have to write a VB app to do what you want.

Ken Hamady, On-site/Phone Crystal Reports Training/Consulting
Quick Reference Guide to using Crystal in VB
http://www.kenhamady.com/

RE: opening multiple compiled reports

You can have multiple reports that are NOT linked run as subreports under one compiled .EXE

Create a "placeholder" report and add your reports in the report footer - each in it's own subgroup.

Then run the "placeholder" .EXE and it will execute all of the subreports at once.

RE: opening multiple compiled reports

That is true, with some limitations.  All would have to have the same printer orientation, and all reports would share the same page headers and footers.

Ken Hamady, On-site/Phone Crystal Reports Training/Consulting
Quick Reference Guide to using Crystal in VB
http://www.kenhamady.com/

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