The Crystal SQL Designer can gently lead the user through an inquiry against his database, or he can enter his SQL directly. The retrieved records can then be used as a source for a report, or exported to another format. The user can also save data in his QRY file. This means, he can execute the SQL against the main database once, and then can process his Crystal Reports against the QRY file without compromising the performance of his main database.
The user also has the ability to send the QRY file to a remote site, so users can process reports without requiring a connection to his original data. If the Application developer doesn’t want the user to have permission to make changes to the database, then he can use this tool to process the SQL he would normally use in a view or a stored procedure. A full set of SQL functions is also available, including Summary functions Internet Explorer 7 or a later version is required for Microsoft Management Console (MMC), SQL Server Data Tools, and the Report Designer component of Reporting Services, and HTML help.
Our users primarily use Crystal SQL Designer to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files Crystal SQL Designer can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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