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C# and Crystal Reports Question

polynominal asked
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Last Modified: 2010-04-16
I have an app in C# that I have developed, I have added an existing Crystal Report to the app.

I have a couple of questions regarding it.

I want to know how the report would be generated and then printed to a specified printer. I do not need to view the report results, just need them to be printed. How isthis done?

Also as the report is grouped by employee id, is it possible to printiformation about an employee say every 15 seconds,i.e  employee id = 1, print 15 second gap employee id = 2 print.


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Crystal Reports in .NET and C#:

Introduction to Crystal Reports in .NET :

This will walk you through creating a .NET Windows application using Crystal Reports for Visual Studio .NET. In the first section, you will create a basic Visual Basic .NET Windows application that loads a report and previews it in the CrystalReportViewer control. The next section explains how to export the report to a portable document file (PDF) through code. ##The final section explains how to print the application’s report to a printer through code.##:

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