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  • Working with the Picture Object in Crystal

    We have had several inquires lately on how to dynamically change images in a report based on report data. For example you have pictures of products that you want to display in a report. One way to accomplish this is to add an image with each product in a huge segmented report and have Crystal sort things...
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  • CFX Reports Are Updated

    I am very happy to back after 19 months of Military leave. One of my first tasks upon returning to my desk was to clean up my Customer FX email inbox that was full with a about 4,000 new emails, mostly automatic notifications from various resources. What surprised me the most was the number of download...
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  • Setting up a date range parameter and displaying it in the report

    In a recent report, I needed to return data based on a date range selected. That's easy enought to put in... you just create a new Parameter field, set the type to "Date" and make sure the "Allow range vales" option i set to true. With the parameter field created, you need to...
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  • Setting custom date ranges in Crystal

    With George on deployment with the Minnesota National Guard, I'll be occasionally posting on various reporting topics. Recently, I had to develop a report which was to return data within a particular date range. Specifically, a user would need to select a date and the report would then return data...
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  • Leveling out Users Data.

    I am four posts into building a drill down report using Sage SalesLogix Visual Analyzer and Dashboard as a my guide. This series of post starts with a post labeled " Updating the Managed Quota Area for Sage SalesLogix " , if you follow the links on each post you will eventually end up back...
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  • Writing the User - Quota vs Actual Crystal Report.

    Over the last three posts we have updated the Quota's are of Sage SalesLogix , we have built SQL views to collect both the Quota data and the Actual Numbers for comparison. Now we will start writing our report. I am not going into to much detail on layout. My goal is to walk you through the common...
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  • Crystal Connection through the SalesLogix OLE DB Provider

    The first step in creating a report in Business Object Crystal Reports is always the connection to the database. In a post labeled "Report Database Connections" , I discuss one method of making a connection to a SQL database. That post will lead you through how to make the connection using...
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  • Gathering the Actual Numbers for Reporting Comparison

    I have just started writing a series of posts that will lead the reader of this blog through the creation of a report with the same kind of data break down as you see in the standard Sage SalesLogix Visual Analyzer and the Sage SalesLogix Dash Board. In the first week I provided a method to effectively...
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  • Gathering User Quotas for Reporting

    If you read last weeks post , you will know I am setting up to build a user based report that will give the reader a lot of the same data you see in the standard Sage SalesLogix Visual Analyzer and the Sage SalesLogix Dash Board. Last week I provided you the ability to effectively set goals for your...
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  • Looking at Stonefield Query for Sage SalesLogix (Final Thoughts)

    For the last several posts I have been writing about my first hand experience using the reporting tool called Stonefield Query for Sage SalesLogix. I thought it might be time to wrap it up with some overall final thoughts. For those just joining the experience the series of post starts here . My blog...
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