Way back on July 29, 2015 I wrote an article about linking your report and data. In that article I mentioned:
“Change the Join Type to Left Outer Join. Do this for all remaining links, then click the OK button on the bottom of the window. (I’ll explain why we are doing this in a future article and link to it here when it is posted.)” Continue reading
In this article we will focus on cleaning up our report a bit. Here’s where we left off: Continue reading
It’s time to add fields to our report but first there’s a little setup we should do so you and I are on the same page (and screen).
In this article we finally get to open Crystal Reports! But first, some housekeeping and things to keep in mind: Continue reading
If you’ve been playing along you now have a query all set to go and are itching to start using Crystal Reports. Not yet. First we need to get the information out of Raiser’s Edge and into a file we can use with Crystal Reports. Similar to the previous article on Query, I’ll assume you have a working knowledge of the Export module in Raiser’s Edge and I’ll focus on things to consider when creating an export for your Crystal Reports report. Continue reading