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Automating a report?

Automating a report?

Automating a report?

I'm not really a Crystal Report guy, I'm more of a Cisco router/backbone type guy.  However, I've been tasked with generating a Crystal Report pulled from a MS Access database that is populated with trap info via an SNMPC server.  I have already set up the design portion of my Crystal report , so I can export it to an Excel spreadsheet and edit it nicely.  My only question is , how would I go about making this process automatic?  Any tips/comments are greatly appreciated.  Thanks!

RE: Automating a report?

There is an FAQ in the crystal reports main board on this issue.

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RE: Automating a report?

See the LINKS page of my site for all of the 3rd party viewers and schedulers that I could fine.

Ken Hamady, On-site Custom Crystal Reports Training & Consulting
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Guide to using Crystal in VB

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