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Can crystal report be scheduled by Seagate Info?

Can crystal report be scheduled by Seagate Info?

Can crystal report be scheduled by Seagate Info?

(OP)
Hi there,
After I wrote a CRW7 report. Can it be scheduled by Seagate
Info?

Thank you,
Vincent

RE: Can crystal report be scheduled by Seagate Info?

Hi,

Yes, you can.

The report must be opened in Info Designer and saved to the APS. After entering the Logon details in the server page of the report properties (using Info Desktop), the report can then be scheduled.

Please note that the report will fail if a data source is used where the APS startup account does not have the necessary rights. If you are using ODBC the ODBC names of your design system and the APS must correspond (although they needn't use the same datasource. eg The design system might connect to a development or test server while the APS connects to the live server)

 

RE: Can crystal report be scheduled by Seagate Info?

(OP)
Hi gsomerville,
Thanks for your infomation. You let me learn something new today.

Vincent Hsieh

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