Beginning Crystal Reports Tutorials


I'm being handed a new project with Crystal Reports and I've never used them.  Does anyone know of any good tutorials for beginners?  I'm interested in how to pull them from the web using either Cold Fusion or ASP.

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I would recomend "The Complete Reference Crystal Report 8.5" by George Peck. There are examples for VB/Crystal report applications, that can give you the idea how it works.

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Do you know which version of CR?

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The Crystal site has examples for ASP.

Cold Fusion examples are tougher.

Here are some other sites

Online tutorials from CR.

There is a book Crystal Reports 9 The Complete Reference by George Peck.  It is an excellent source of information.

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