I wrote a program with Visual Studio 2005 in C#
that displays Crystal Reports on the web. It depends upon the Report Document and CrystalReportViewer components found in the CrystalDecisions library.
If a report depends upon parameters, the program (the default action of the componenet used)
presents a "The report you requested requires further information." page with input boxes for each of the report's parameters.
My problem is that I cannot customize the look of the page. I believe that each of the titles and input boxes are supposed to have css class names assigned, however in the HTML all of the classes are blank.
I have tried using themes and attaching css stylesheets all over the place. However, I cannot manipulate the different sections of the parameters prompt page without some way to distinguish among them.
I hate sub reports and always consider them the last resort in any reporting solution. The negative effect on performance and maintainability is just not worth the easy ride they give the report writer. Nine times out of ten reporting requirements…
Hope you find this as helpful as we did. We have on the company I work for an application built in Delphi V with Crystal Reports 8.
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