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i would like to design a report using crystal report , i have sql server 2005, the report display the trial balance data , so how could i do this
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thank you TempDBA , i need to know how design a trail balance report from sage line 500 using crystal report  i.e  i need to know the table name filed name the equation that i may need from sage line 500 database.
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