This two-day course is designed to build on the topics learned in Report Design I to increase report design skills and discover the reporting power of Crystal Reports. Along with hands-on practice, the course covers the Crystal repository, grouping options, formulas such as variables and functions, and parameters.
Learners must have taken the Report Design I course and/or understand basic report design concepts such as linking, record selection, sorting, grouping, summarizing, basic formulas, conditional reporting and section formatting. Relational database knowledge is recommended. Learners who have not completed the Report Design I course should complete the prerequisite exercise and bring it to class. Download CR_9_rd2_prerequisite.pdf Report Design II Prerequisite Exercise (PDF - 95 KB)
folders to the repository
items to the repository
and updating repository objects
items from the repository
specified order grouping
the Group Sort Expert
a group selection based on summary information
formula language and syntax
functions and operators
to a parameter
values in parameters
advanced parameter features
Learners who want to further develop their basic report design skills using Crystal Reports 9.