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Raj
Hi,

I am wondering what is my best option for reporting for one of the
products we are developing. The product is built using VS.NET 2003 with
data stored in SQL 2000. We bought Dundas charts but looks like we can
use it only for reports with charts (unless I am mistaken). If I want
to build standard (text) reports with drill down capabilities (just
like how Crystal does), do I have to use Crystal, or Dundas can handle
text reports as well? Also, any one has a suggestion as what product
should be used for reporting. I know it is too broad a question and it
depends on situation but still if you have anything to say, I am all
ears...

Thanks!!

-Raj

Jun 27 '06 #1
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