Duration: 2 Days
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Now that you have completed the first course, or are familiar with the basics of building and modifying reports, you're ready to move ahead to create complex reports and data sources using Crystal Reports' tools.
In this course, you'll not only learn how to create more sophisticated reports including subreports and cross-tabs, but you'll also learn how to increase the speed and efficiency of your reports by using SQL queries. Course Objective: You will create complex reports using Crystal Reports' tools.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
This course is designed for people who know how to create basic list and group reports and need to create reports that include subreports, cross-tabs, advanced formulas, and charts based on more than one data series. They may also need to build tools to make it easier for other people to create reports. They may or may not have programming and/or SQL experience.
Lesson 1: Creating Running TotalsTopic 1A: Create a Running Total FieldTopic 1B: Modify a Running Total FieldTopic 1C: Create a Manual Running Total on Detail DataTopic 1D: Create a Manual Running Total on Summary DataLesson 2: Building Cross-tabs in Your ReportTopic 2A: Create a Cross-tabTopic 2B: Create a Specified Group OrderTopic 2C: Filter a Cross-tab by GroupTopic 2D: Change the Cross-tab FormatTopic 2E: Conditionally Format Rows and ColumnsTopic 2F: Keep Groups TogetherLesson 3: Adding SubreportsTopic 3A: Insert a SubreportTopic 3B: Link a Subreport to a Primary ReportTopic 3C: Edit a Subreport's StructureTopic 3D: Format a Subreport Using the Format EditorTopic 3E: Share Variables Between Subreports and Primary ReportsTopic 3F: Create an On-demand SubreportLesson 4: Creating Drill-downsTopic 4A: Create a Drill-downTopic 4B: Create Separate Headings for Drill-down DataLesson 5: Enhancing Report Processing by Writing SQL StatementsTopic 5A: Create a Report Using SQL QueriesTopic 5B: Summarize Report Data Using SQL Aggregate FunctionsTopic 5C: Create Joins Using SQLTopic 5D: Create SubqueriesTopic 5E: Create a SQL Expression FieldLesson 6: Charting DataTopic 6A: Create a Bar ChartTopic 6B: Modify a ChartTopic 6C: Format a ChartTopic 6D: Create a Chart TemplateTopic 6E: Create a Top N ChartTopic 6F: Create a Cross-tab ChartLesson 7: Reporting on Excel Data with Crystal ReportsTopic 7A: Create a Report Based on Excel DataTopic 7B: Modify a Report Generated from Excel DataTopic 7C: Update Data in a Report Based on Excel DataLesson 8: Working with PromptsTopic 8A: Create a Static PromptTopic 8B: Create a Dynamic PromptLesson 9: Enhancing Report FunctionalityTopic 9A: Group Data HierarchicallyTopic 9B: Create a Dynamic ImageTopic 9C: Create a Report AlertTopic 9D: Create a Geographic MapAppendix A: Understanding BusinessObjects EnterpriseAppendix B: Understanding Report Templates and the Section ExpertAppendix C: Report Data Manipulation Techniques
Crystal Reports XI: Level 1, and knowledge of programming and/or SQL would be helpful.