Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Crystal Reports : Insert the Print Date on your report

When printing the same report frequently, it helps to have the Print Date somewhere on the report. That way, you can always be confident of which report version you are looking at.
Within your Field Explorer, find the Special Fields group. Within that group, find and insert the Print Date field into your report. This field is automatically updated every time you refresh the report. Another popular Special Field is Page N of M, which can be inserted into the report footer to easily provide a page count.

7 comments:

Dhiman Sarkar said...

Awesome . It is very nice.

Crystal Custom

jannati jahan said...

I love this blog. Thanks for share

Crystal Custom

jannati jahan said...

Java is also popular and well established on multiple platforms. Using a working module as a basis for code is time saving.

http://www.dotnetobject.com/

amar jan said...

If the database you are using supports a query language such as SQL, you can write your own command which will be represented in Crystal Reports as a Table object.

Crystal Custom

Nomita Biswas said...

Your body needs energy to heal itself. Your goals need energy in order to manifest. Crystals serve to amplify your own energy so that your body can heal itself faster, and you have the energy that you need to bring your goals to fruition.

Crystal Custom

Dharmendro Bhuyan said...

If you're planning a school event, stick to cool and trendy promotional sunglasses. On the other hand, a summertime event for the senior center should incorporate more traditional sunglasses.

Customized sunglasses

for IT the said...

Great Article
C# Online Training | ASP.NET Training | ASP.NET MVC Training

Dot Net Interview Questions

.net training online | Dot Net Training in Chennai | .Net Training in Chennai | Dot Net Training Institutes in Chennai