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RD-310R2 - Crystal Reports XI R1/R2: Report Processing Strategies (RD III)

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Course Description

​This course is designed to give learners comprehensive skills and in-depth knowledge to plan and create reports that will help them analyze and interpret important information.

As a business benefit, learners will find that their increased understanding of reporting processing, formulas, custom functions and subreports will help them make more effective report design decisions and create more efficient reports.

Course Objectives

​At the end of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Describe report processing.
  • Use Subreports.
  • Create complex formulas.
  • Use Custom Functions.

Course Audience

​This course is designed for report designers, who have taken RD-110, Crystal Reports XI: Report Design I – Fundamentals of Report Design and RD-210, Crystal Reports XI: Report Design II – Business Reporting Solutions and who are responsible for creating and distributing reports.

Course Outline

Describing Report Processing

  • Describing multipass reporting
  • Using evaluation time functions
  • Using a dynamic array

Creating Complex Formulas

  • Creating complex formulas
  • Using loop control structures
  • Using arrays functions and loops
  • Using nested functions

Using Custom Functions

  • Creating custom functions
  • Using custom functions
  • Modifying custom functions

Using Subreports

  • Defining subreports
  • Creating an unlinked subreport
  • Creating a linked subreport
  • Creating an on-demand subreport
  • Using shared variables in a subreport
  • Using subreports to link “unlinkable” data

Course Prerequisites

​In this course you will be working intensively with Crystal Reports. To successfully understand the content and complete the activities, you must already able to:

  • Understand and use Windows conventions.
  • Understand basic database concepts.
  • Understand concepts taught in Associate level course.
Students must also have:
  • Completed RD-110, Crystal Reports XI: Report Design I – Fundamentals of Report Design
  • Completed RD-210, Crystal Reports XI: Report Design II – Business Reporting Solutions
Note: Topics on Report Design III - Report Processing Strategies build on concepts from Report Design I – Fundamentals of Report Design and Report Design II – Business Reporting Solutions; therefore it is important that learners have a solid understanding of the concepts taught at that level.
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