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From:Ed Carp Date:April 13 1999 3:56pm
Subject:Re: Crystal report with mysql?
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> If it's the product I'm thinking about (Crystal Reports) then it certainly
> does the job - I'd used it before on MS-Win clients with an Oracle back
> end, but never with MySQL, wouldn't expect it to be too difficult.

A much better report writer comes with Microsoft Access - it's far easier to
work with than CR is.
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