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From:Mike Machado Date:June 6 1999 2:11am
Subject:Re: MySQL + crystal reports == knowledge needed!
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I use the latest crystal reports with MyODBC and it works great! I do beleive though, that
you need the professional version to do an
ODBC connection. Let me know if you have problems making it work.

"Martin B. Jespersen" wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I desperately need to hear from people who has experience with running crystal
> reports on MySQL.
>
> Can it be done? Crystal reports has a list of databases it support, but MySQL is not
> in the list.
>
> If it can be done, then how? is there any problems, and how do one solve theese?
>
> I know that some of you think, why not just try it? But the project i am on, has to
> little cash to waste a lot of money on Crystal
> Reports to find out it doesn't work.
>
> Please send me your experiences on the subject + recomondations if you have any.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
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MySQL + crystal reports == knowledge needed!Martin B. Jespersen5 Jun
  • Re: MySQL + crystal reports == knowledge needed!Sasha Pachev6 Jun
  • Re: MySQL + crystal reports == knowledge needed!Mike Machado6 Jun