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.NET VISUAL BASIC and CRYSTAL REPORTS

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I have been asked to generate some CRYSTAL REPORTS from data that is stored in an SQL database. The Crystal Reports would have to geberated from a Visual Basic console application that loads some tables with data and then the Crystal reports need to be generated from the data that was loaded. Is this possible?

If so where is there some helpful tips/tutorials? I have searched the web and found little info.
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Exactly what I needed. Thank you.
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