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The next time the report is retrieved, they will supersede the corresponding File | Option items. The Report Explorer New to Crystal Reports 9 is the Report Explorer. The Report Explorer is a tree-like view of all the sections in your report (Report Header, Details section, Page footer, and so forth) and the report objects within them (database fields, text objects, and so forth). Navigating through the Report Explorer is another way to format or delete individual report objects or entire report sections.
A subset of items from the Options dialog box appears on the File | Report Options dialog box. Chapter 1: Getting the Feel of Crystal Reports 9 29 CRYSTAL REPORTS 9 INTRODUCED When you create a new report, these options are based on what’s chosen in the File | Options dialog box. Later, though, these options can be set to be different than the corresponding File | Options dialog box items. When the report is saved, these options are saved along with the report. The next time the report is retrieved, they will supersede the corresponding File | Option items.
Here, you can select from any database type that Crystal Reports supports, including PC-type “local” databases, such as Microsoft Access, dBASE, Paradox, Btrieve, and others. You can also choose from virtually all popular client/server or SQL databases, such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Informix, and Sybase. Crystal Reports even supports proprietary data types, such as Web server activity logs, the Windows NT/ 2000 event log, Microsoft Exchange systems, and XML-formatted data. These data types are all chosen here.