Crystal Reports 2008: Report Design III - Report Processing Strategies Training (BOC330-v082)
Crystal Reports 2008: Report Design III - Report Processing Strategies Training (BOC330-v082) course description
-Crystal Reports 2008® is a powerful, dynamic, actionable reporting solution that helps you design, explore, visualize, and deliver reports via the web or embedded in enterprise applications.
-This one-day instructor-led Crystal Reports 2008: Report Design III - Report Processing Strategies Training (BOC330-v082) course is designed to give you comprehensive skills and in-depth knowledge required to plan and create reports that will help you analyze and interpret important information.
-As a business benefit, you will find that your increased understanding of report processing, formulas, custom functions and subreports will help you make more effective report design decisions and create more efficient reports.
Duration: 1 days
-You should have completed Crystal Reports 2008: Report Design I - Fundamentals of Report Design.
-You should have completed Crystal Reports 2008: Report Design II - Business Reporting Solutions.
-If you have taken a previous version of either Report Design I - Fundamentals of Report Design, or Crystal Reports 2008: Report Design II - Business Reporting Solutions, then you should have completed Crystal Reports 2008: Quickstart.
Prerequisite Knowledge/Experience (To be successful, you must have working knowledge of:)
-Basic database concepts
-Experience using a web browser
With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.
Audience / Target Group:
The target audience for this course is report designers, who have taken Crystal Reports 2008:
-Report Design I - Fundamentals of Report Design and Crystal Reports 2008: Report Design II - Business Reporting Solutions and who are responsible for creating and distributing reports.
-Use multi-pass reporting
-Use evaluation time functions
-Use a dynamic array
-Create an unlinked subreport
-Create a linked subreport
-Create an on-demand subreport
-Use shared variables with subreports
-Link “unlinkable” data with subreports
-Describe alternate solutions to using subreports
Creating Complex Formulas
-Use Print State functions
-Use loop control structures
-Use loop control structures with arrays
Using Custom Functions
-Describe a custom function
-Use custom functions
Using XML and Web Services Data
-Use XML and web services data
-Use a transform in XML exporting
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