Crystal Reports are called a business intelligence program, published by SAP AG, which are primarily intended for small to medium enterprises. The main feature set of Crystal Reports is the automatic generation of reports from various sources and databases. First released in 1991 as Quick Reports, Microsoft used to bundle an OEM version of Crystal Reports for some of their software, such as Microsoft Visual Studio. This was later removed and Microsoft created their own business intelligence tool called SQL Server Reporting Services, which is a direct competitor for Crystal Reports, although Crystal Reports for Visual Studio is still available as an add-on.
Crystal Reports boasts the ability to extract data from a wide range of sources, such as Oracle databases, Microsoft Access databases, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, SQL Server databases, among others. Data from these sources can be tabulated and presented graphically in many layouts. The main workspace of Crystal Reports is called the report design surface, where fields from these sources and custom formula can be placed upon.
It also supports graphing, subreports, and some semblance of GIS functions.
Our users primarily use Crystal Reports for Visual Basic to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files Crystal Reports for Visual Basic can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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