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Scheduling functionality of Crystal Reports on .NET application

Could somebody please tell me whether it is possible to create a custom .NET
application capable of scheduling Crystal Reports to execute at a certain
point in time? I have a book explaining how to program a .NET application to
designate Crystal Reports's output destinations and formattings. But, I do
not know how to implement a "scheduling capability" for Crystal Reports onto
a .NET application.
I am aware that Crystal Reports has the suite called "Business Object
Enterprise" to accomplish such a task, but it is way too expensive and not an
option to me.

I will also greatly appreciate it if you can provide some code sample or
tell me where to find a source code. Thank you so much for reading and
sharing a solution. Have a wonderful day!

Jul 24 '05 #1
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Could somebody please tell me whether it is possible to create a custom
.NET
application capable of scheduling Crystal Reports to execute at a certain
point in time? I have a book explaining how to program a .NET application
to
designate Crystal Reports's output destinations and formattings. But, I
do
not know how to implement a "scheduling capability" for Crystal Reports
onto
a .NET application.
I am aware that Crystal Reports has the suite called "Business Object
Enterprise" to accomplish such a task, but it is way too expensive and not
an
option to me.

I will also greatly appreciate it if you can provide some code sample or
tell me where to find a source code. Thank you so much for reading and
sharing a solution. Have a wonderful day!


Take a look at JAMS, it's a 100% native .NET application that can schedule
any sort of task. There's even a free developers edition. You can get more
information at:

http://www.mvpsi.com

John Vottero
(Full disclosure, I'm on the JAMS Development Team)
Jul 25 '05 #2

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