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Integrating Crystal Reports into an ASP.NET Application by Vince Varallo

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1.3. Sorting, Grouping, and Subtotaling

So now we have a report with a header, footer, and a list of last names. Well, I don't think that is going to get us very far with our boss. Let's add a few more columns to the report to make it more meaningful. Expand the Database Fields node in the Field Explorer. Expand the Contact table and drag the FirstName and EmailAddress fields into the Details section of the report. Click on the "Main Report Preview" button and notice that there are approximately 313 pages in the report, depending on how large you made the sections. Click back to the Main Report view. Expand the Employee table in the Field Explorer and drag the NationalIDNumber field to the Details section of the report. Now click on the "Main ...

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